"The White House negotiated in very bad faith," said Rep. Candice Miller, the Michigan Republican who wrote the law. "I don't know how Congress can come to an agreement with the White House, with an administration that simply turns around and then breaks the agreement."
"We have a major weakness in our visa-waiver program—a glaring hole that we have to close," she said. "The members of [the Islamic State] will use every means within their power to attack our country. And that’s why we have to use every mean within our power to defend it. We cannot afford to wait. We must act now."