Senate’s Repeal of Iraq Military Authorizations a ‘Good Start’ for Congress to Rein In Executive Branch: Col. Darin Gaub

The Senate has voted to repeal authorization for the use of military force against Iraq. Wednesday’s vote marks a significant moment as Congress tries to reassert authority in military intervention abroad. NTD speaks to retired colonel Darin Gaub, who says the repeal is a “good start” of Congress reining in the executive branch in taking military action in the Middle East and elsewhere.

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