Which of the following is incorrect?

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    A pocket veto is exercised when Congress adjourns and the president waits ten days without signing the bill.
     If Congress is in session and the president waits twelve days (not counting Sundays), the bill becomes law without his signature.
     Once a bill is vetoed, it is returned to the chamber of its origin by the president with a message explaining the reasons for the veto.
asked Aug 3, 2012 in Political Science by anonymous
    

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If Congress is in session and the president waits twelve days (not counting Sundays), the bill becomes law without his signature.
answered Aug 5, 2012 by Trex ~Top Expert~ (5,685 points)

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