CNBC reported "Trump tweets 'VETO!' after Senate votes to block his border emergency declaration" on Thursday
 Twelve Republicans who worried about executive overreach supported it in an embarrassing blow to the president More than a dozen states and several other groups have challenged the executive action It passed a resolution Wednesday to end U.S. support for a Saudi-led military coalition in Yemen in a challenge to Trump's relationship with Saudi Arabia Republican senators who worried about executive overreach dealt an embarrassing blow to Trump over his national emergency declaration.
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Senate votes to overturn Trump’s border wall emergency Mr. Trump tried to calm fears, saying Thursday’s vote wasn’t about weighty constitutional issues he insisted he was on firm footing there but rather about whether the border is secure GOP senators who opposed Mr. Trump said Thursday that when combined, the non-emergency funds give the president access to nearly all of the money he asked for originally
The Senate votes to terminate Trump's national emergency in a stunning rebuke, and the president will have to use his first veto to get his border wall We were right then, Paul wrote in an op-ed announcing his support for the resolution There's been some concern in the media about whether or not this creates a dangerous precedent It's not as if he just didn't get what he wanted so he's waving a magic wand and taking a bunch of money
Senate votes to terminate Trump national emergency U.S. President Donald Trump walks down the U.S Capitol steps with Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) after they both attended the 37th annual Friends of Ireland luncheon at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, U.S., March 14, 2019 Trump has vowed a veto - an act he has not yet taken as president But enough Republicans in Congress are expected to block any veto override attempt Our Standards:The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles
GOP-controlled Senate rebukes Trump with vote to rescind his border emergency declaration Mike Lee (R-Utah), who was leading an effort to craft a compromise aimed at curtailing presidential emergency powers in the future, became the latest Republican to announce plans to defect and vote for a resolution to nullify Trump’s declaration when it comes to the floor on Thursday