Congress will send a strong message to Donald Trump Tuesday, when the House of Representatives is expected to approve a new package of Russia sanctions: Try easing penalties on Moscow, and you’ll have to answer to us.
The bill, part of a broader deal that also includes new sanctions on Iran and North Korea, nearly came up short. After breezing through the Senate on a 98-2 vote, it encountered a swarm of opposition in the House.
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