Trump Has No Choice But To Simply Accept Sanctions In Opposition To Russia

The Trump administration, for its part, has floated the possibility of the president vetoing the sanctions bill.
The new bill essentially cements the Magnitsky sanctions into law by requiring congressional approval to have them repealed.
“They’re effectively tying the president’s hands,” said Browder, who supports Russian sanctions and the current bill that would preserve them.
The president would be required to inform Congress of his intention to alter U.S. policy on Russian sanctions.
Putin has a very personal financial interest in getting rid of Magnitsky Act: William Browder 2 Hours Ago | 03:55Whether he likes it or not, President Donald Trump will have to accept Congress’ harsh sanctions bill against Russia, says enemy of the Putin regime Bill Browder.

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