The US Senate voted overwhelmingly to override President Obama's veto of a controversial 9/11 bill Wednesday morning.
The legislation would pave the way for the families of those who died in the terror attack to sue foreign sponsors of terrorism. If the House also overrides, the bill becomes law. During his nearly two terms in office, President Obama has never had a veto overridden by Congress.
For an update, Take Two spoke with we go now to Seung Min Kim, Congressional reporter for Politico.
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