Paying his tribute to the US army, President Donald Trump tweeted about signing a new defence bill. The tweet says, “It was my great honour to sign our new Defence Bill into law and to pay tribute to the greatest soldiers in the history of the world: THE U.S. ARMY. The National Defence Authorization Act is the most significant investment in our Military and our warfighters in modern history!”
This bill consists of US$716 billion defence policy that authorizes tougher regulations on foreign investments in the country, reported ANI. Talking about this huge investment in the bill, he said, “the most significant investment in our military in our warfighters in modern history.”
The interesting aspect of the policy is that it is named after John McCain who is one of Trump’s political critics and senator from Arizona. Paying no attention to the ailing senator, Trump called the bill as “National Defence Authorization Act” at Fort Drum, reported ANI.
However, Mccain delightfully stated that “I’m proud the NDAA is now law & humbled Congress chose to designate it in my name. As Chairman of the Armed Services Cmte, I’ve found high purpose in service of a cause greater than self-the cause of our troops who defend America & all that she stands for.”