You ignorant fug. Congress passed a funding bill and Dotard is going to veto it. So, yeah, it's officially all on his shoulders now.
The House of Representatives voted 230-195 on Tuesday to approve $4.5 billion in aid for the growing crisis at the US southern border -- a vote that followed Democratic infighting over the package and a White House veto threat.
House Democratic leaders had worked to quell a progressive rebellion and secured passage after making several updates to the measure in response to concerns within the caucus, but the White House has already said it "strongly opposes" the legislation and it is not clear whether the House and Senate will be able to reach an agreement the President will sign off on.
The Senate has a bipartisan bill that would allocate $4.59 billion for the border crisis and advanced out of the Senate Appropriations Committee on a 30-1 vote last week. But the proposal has significant differences with the House bill, adding to the uncertainty over whether a deal can be reached.
I think that McCoy wants success now and Cleveland has shown nothing to prove they will win. They have a new coach, 2nd year QB and lots of new parts. McCoy saw stability with us and a bunch of hungry vets playing for a Lombardi. But I understand the concern about Cleveland. My daughter lives there and I visit her often. Besides the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, it is underwhelming at best and the weather is awful. Given he signed a 1 year deal he knew we have a better chance to win it all versus Cleveland who haven't proves they can make the playoffs let alone beat New England and win it all