WASHINGTON -- The White House is threatening a veto of the House version of the defense policy bill over limits it places on President Barack Obama's authority to handle terror suspects at the detention facility at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.

In a statement Tuesday, the Office of Management and Budget also complained about restrictions on the president's ability to implement a nuclear reduction treaty with Russia and the requirement that the military construct a missile defense site on the East Coast.

The administration also complained that the bill rejects the Pentagon's cost-saving efforts to close domestic military bases and raise enrollment fees for health care.

The House is expected to begin debate on the bill on Wednesday and pass it by week's end.

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  • Guantanamo Guard Tower

    Located between Guantanamo's Camp Five and Camp Six.

  • Guantanamo detainee received physical therapy

    A skinny Guantanamo detainee receives physical therapy on Tuesday, April 16, 2013.

  • Empty cell block

    A cell block at Guantanamo's Camp VI that had been occupied until a raid on April 13, 2013. One detainee had written "stop tortur us. stop desclate our relgion" on the wall of his cell. The officer in charge of the facility said that detainees had hoarded all types of materials in the communal area.

  • Guantanamo Camp VI video feeds

    A Guantanamo guard looks over a video screen at Camp VI at Guantanamo in April. Detainees had blocked 147 of the prison's 160 cameras, according to a military official.

  • Weapons

    Water bottles filled with gravel were amongst the weapons officials said they confiscated from detainees after the raid in April.

  • Weapons

    Other weapons included broom sticks and shanks.

  • Occupied block

    A guard checks on detainees in a sparsely populated block of Guantanamo's Camp Six in April.

  • Guantanamo Medical Facility

    Military officials show journalists the room where some detainees were being force fed during the ongoing hunger strike at the facility.

  • Force Feeding chair

    A restraining chair used to feed detainees at Guantanamo.

  • Cans of Ensure at Guantanamo

    A guard displays cans of Ensure used to force feed detainees at Guantanamo.

  • Detainee handprint

    A handprint is shown on a Camp VI cell block that was occupied by a detainee until a raid in mid-April.

  • Detainee shoe

    A shoe from a detainee left on the now-empty cell block.

  • Shower camera

    Cameras are everywhere in Guantanamo's Camp VI, even inside the shower.

  • Cell block

    The second level of an empty cell block in Camp VI as seen from below.

  • Camp VI Sign

    A sign outside Guantanamo's Camp VI.

  • Guantanamo Flag At Half Staff

    A flag flying over Guantanamo's Camp Six flys at half staff in honor of victims of Boston Marathon massacre.

  • Camp Five Guards

    Guards at Camp Five stand watch during morning prayers.

  • Camp Five Cell Block

    An empty cell block in Guantanamo's Camp Five.

  • "Splash" Shields

    Face shields intended to prevent guards from being hit in the face by "cocktails" of urine, feces and semen.

  • Water handoff

    A guard hands water to a detainee on the Bravo block of Guantanamo's Camp Five.

  • Dead Banana Rat

    A dead banana rat on the road to Guantanamo's prison facilities.

  • Sunrise By Guantanamo's Camp Five

  • Obama, Hagel On Joint Detention Group Board

    President Barack Obama and Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel pictured at the headquarters of Joint Task Force Guantanamo's Joint Detention Group headquarters.