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The Guardian reported "Senate rejects national emergency declaration in sharp rebuke to Trump" on Thursday

[] Trump declared a national emergency last month after signing a funding agreement that did not include the money he requested to build a wall Given Trump’s anticipated veto, the best chance of blocking his emergency declaration may come through the courts, where the action faces serval legal challenges from Democratic state attorneys general, borderland residents and environmental groups Twelve Republicans joined every Senate Democrat in rare move to block president’s effort to divert funds for US-Mexico border wall

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