If a president ignores a bill passed at the end of a legislative session, and the congress adjourns, the bill does not become law. this is known as a(points : 2)
pocket veto.


Answer might be b i think
The answer to your question would be b
This is known as a "pocket veto," since it would be impossible for the President to return the bill, due to the fact the Congress is not in session to accept it. Otherwise the bill would be returned. 

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