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Yemen Strike Raises Questions: Did Biden Overreach?

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The President of the United States doesn’t have the authority to unilaterally start a war; that power lies with Congress.

However, in cases of immediate emergency, the President can take immediate action.

President Biden launched a war in Yemen without Congressional approval, retaliating against attacks by Iran-backed Houthi rebels. (Trending: Anthony Fauci Questioned About Evidence Behind COVID Restrictions)

The action has raised concerns as Congress has not declared war or authorized such military actions.

Despite the President’s justification, the prolonged buildup to the attack suggests there was time to seek Congressional approval.

This situation echoes past instances of presidential overreach in war powers.

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