Answer: If congress djourns during the ten days teh president has to consider a
bill passed by both houses of congress , without the presidents signature
the bill is considered vetoed
Pocket veto
A pocket veto is a legislative maneuver that allows a president or another official with veto power to exercise that power over a bill by taking no action (keeping it in their pocket) instead of affirmatively vetoing it. This depends on the laws of each country; the common alternative is that if the president takes no action a bill automatically becomes law.
Pocket veto definition is - an indirect veto of a legislative bill by an executive through retention of the bill unsigned until after adjournment of the legislature.
By 1929 479 bills had been pocket vetoed about one-fourth during intersession adjournments but only eight during intrasession breaks. In that year the Supreme Court decided The Pocket Veto Case...
A pocket veto occurs when the President of the United States fails to sign a piece of legislation either intentionally or unintentionally while Congress is adjourned and unable to override a veto. Pocket vetoes are fairly common and have been used by almost every president since James Madison first used it first in 1812.
Pocket veto the killing of legislation by a chief executive through a failure to act within a specified period following the adjour...