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Tyler was the most famous for this action against the bills to re-establish a national bank. His party expelled him as a result. Andrew Johnson also fought with what was officially his Republican party although he was a Democrat before and after. He submitted 29 vetoes and had 15 overridden and his party controlled Congress.

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Q: Which president vetoed bills sponsored by his own political party?
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