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Republican Congress vs. Republican President 

Donald just signed a law containing provisions limiting his power to conduct foreign policy. In 1867 Radical Republicans in Congress, with a veto proof majority, passed the Tenure of Office Act over President Johnson’s veto, restricting him from firing and hiring cabinet members. Though Johnson was Lincoln’s Vice President he was not a committed Republican, and he opposed Congressional Republican’s plan for Reconstruction. When Johnson fired Secretary of War Stanton anyway, Congress impeached him and failed to remove him from office by a single vote. Hmmmm…..
Congress’ Message to Donald Trump is Tough

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