John Lewis returns to House floor for first vote since cancer diagnosis

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JOHN LEWIS IS NOT LETTING ANYTHING KEEP HIM FROM HIS CONGRESSIONAL DUTIES

U.S. Rep. John Lewis is back on the House floor today, under about fourteen days since declaring a determination of stage four pancreatic malignant growth.

He went to the chamber to cast a ballot with Democrats for goals that would confine President Donald Trump’s capacity to make a further military move in Iran. That activity is in light of Trump’s choice to approve the executing of Iranian Gen. Qassem Soleimani, which prompted a counter-assault Tuesday late evening focusing on U.S. troops in Iraq. There were no setbacks, and thereafter both the Iranian government and the Trump organization made light of the plausibility of extra utilization of weaponry. All things considered, Democrats question Trump’s choice to take Soleimani out and state Congress ought to have been counseled first.

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