United States President Barack Obama has voted a controversial legislation that passed unanimously in both Senate and White House; Barack Obama’s voted legislation goals to help the victim families of 9/11 to sue Saudi Arabia.
US President Barack Obama has voted a controversial legislation on Friday that’s goal is to help the victims of 9/11 families, the significant bill of Mr. President has passed faster in both The House and the Senate as well as the bill gain much widespread public support.
On The particular day of 11 September 2001, when fifteen men hijacked a commercial airline and headed the World Trade Center and pentagon as missile, considered the subjects of Muslim Country Saudi Arabia however, two of them were from United Arab Emirates (UAE).
In the address of US President Barack Obama on Friday, in his speech he showed deep sympathy with the families of victims of terrorist attack on World Trade Center and Pentagon on 11 September 2001.
President of United States stated, “I recognize that there is nothing that could ever erase the grief the 9/11 families have endured. My Administration therefore remains resolute in its commitment to assist these families in their pursuit of justice and do whatever we can to prevent another attack in the United States.”
Both Presidential nominees Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton supported the Barack Obama’s legislation; Republican Presidential Candidate criticized the “veto” by saying it “Shameful” as well as he continued and requested that victim families should have a day in court.
The secretary of White House Josh Earnest said earlier this week that the national security members and president will continuously ongoing conversations about the legislation.
The White House worried after the legislation for the business men and nation’s diplomat because they put at risk.