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The tradition was intended to give Senators a chance to flag a particular problem with a nominee that others might not know about, but it was never intended as an ideological pocket veto.
President Johnson almost let the bill die via pocket veto during Congress’s summer recess of 1966.
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: a method that the President can use to prevent a bill from becoming a law by not signing the bill before the session of Congress ends
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