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- Aug 30, 2015
This is literally the only site I feel remotely accepted.
I'm split.Meh, I still think you're doomsaying and Trump will shit his pants and do nothing. But in any case, the work you put into site is incredible and thank you for all of it.
However, those voices of support appear to be in the minority, with Republicans in Senate leadership noting that the NDAA must be passed.
"I don't think the defense bill is the place to litigate that," Sen. John Thune (S.D.), the No. 2 Senate Republican, said. "There will be enormous support for getting the defense authorization bill passed and hopefully signed into law."
His calls appeared to fall on mostly deaf ears this week in Congress, however, as several Republicans said they'd already reached a deal with Democrats on language for the NDAA and that a provision regarding Section 230 did not belong in the defense bill.
"230 has nothing to do with the military," said Senate Armed Services Committee Chairman James Inhofe (R-Okla.). "I agree with his sentiments ... but you can't do it in this bill. That's not a part of the bill."
"I would hope that he would not actually follow through with that because the NDAA is critical," Sen. Mike Rounds (R-S.D.) said regarding Trump's veto threat over Section 230.
Congressional negotiators began signing a compromise bill between the House and Senate versions, known as a conference report, Wednesday evening without any language on Section 230, a House aide confirmed to The Hill.