Biden would veto Israel assistance bill if it passes

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US President Joe Biden would veto a bill on Israel security assistance in Congress if it passes, the White House said on Tuesday.

The White House says the bill would restrict the president’s ability to ensure that certain defense items and services provided to Israel align with US foreign policy objective.

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Following the report, Republica Senator Tom Cotton on Tuesday filed legislation that would force the Biden administration to continue providing arms to Israel, the Washington Free Beacon reported.

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