As expected, President Trump vetoed the Congress  bill to repeal the declaration of a national emergency at the border, saying:

‘Today I am vetoing this resolution. Congress has the freedom to pass this resolution and I have the duty to veto it. And I’m very proud to veto it.’

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi immediately responded:

‘On March 26, the House will once again act to protect our Constitution and our democracy from the president’s emergency declaration by holding a vote to override his veto.’

To be successful, Pelosi will need two-thirds of the House to vote to override Trump’s veto, but will enough Republicans break with the party to vote with the Democrats?

 

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