- President Donald Trump tweeted late on Tuesday night that he would veto the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) unless it included a repeal of Section 230.
- Section 230 is the part of US law that grants broad protections to Big Tech companies to allow them to moderate their own platforms.
- Trump has been trying to roll it back since Twitter first applied fact-checks to his tweets in May.
- The NDAA is an annual defense spending bill worth roughly $740 billion, and Trump has already threatened to veto it if lawmakers go ahead with a plan to rename army bases named after Confederate generals.
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President Trump is trying desperately to get Section 230, the part of US law that protects Big Tech companies, revoked.
The president tweeted late Tuesday night that he would veto the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) unless it included a