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Are We Finally Ending The 9/11 Undefined Blank Check For 'War'?

Rachel Maddow can't believe it. Yesterday the House Appropriations Committee passed, at long last, a resolution ending the Authorization for Use of Military Force, a blank check given by the Congress to the President (Bush, Obama, Trump) to do whatever he wanted regarding the fight against al Queda/ISIS/Syria/Afghanistan wherever. It is a total dereliction of duty by the cowardly Congress to give war powers to the executive instead of taking responsibility for funding an endless war in the middle east.
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