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On Thursday afternoon, twelve Republican senators — nearly a fifth of the GOP caucus — joined Senate Democrats to pass a resolution terminating the national emergency declared by President Trump last month in an effort to unilaterally appropriate funds for … Continue reading

Use this form to sign up for our weekly newsletter, in order to receive Event updates, special deals, and promotional coupons in your area. We will not use your email address to send spam, and Twelve Republican senators joined Democrats Thursday to pass a resolution terminating the national emergency declared by President Trump last month. The 59–41 vote was a unmon bipartisan of Trump, who will now concern the primary veto of his presidency with the intention to protect the emergency declaration. Tags: emergency, declaration, rebuke, splits, rebuke - ezXplain On Thursday afternoon, twelve Republican senators — nearly a fifth of the caucus — joined Democrats to pass a resolution terminating the national emergency declared by President Trump "Save" saves this article for you to read later, share on multiple news networks, or publish on your own news board for others to follow.