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WASHINGTON – President Donald Trump should veto a Congress resolution on Friday, resigning his national declaration of urgency on the US-Mexico border, and for the first time in his presidency Attempted to Save a High Priority

Trump's veto came a day after a dozen Senate Republicans joined all Democrats to reprimand the President's statement for a national emergency in February by more than $ 6 billion to release his long-promised wall at the southwestern border. [19659005] Democrats have accused Trump of provoking a crisis to support the Wall. The fears of people trying to enter the US illegally are at historic lows. Meanwhile, Republican critics said they are worried. Trump's emergency is an attempt to end the power of Congress through the wallet.

But Trump has pointed out that in 2016 he promised to build a border wall (although he has repeatedly promised that Mexico would pay for it). The White House believes that more barriers would curb the flow of migrants and even illegal drugs. Others have argued that most illegal drugs arrive at entry points.

The White House planned an event at 15:30. EDT in the Oval Office. Hogan Gidley, Deputy White House press secretary, said Trump will veto the resolution at this event.

Although both parties' support existed to block Trump's plight, the opposition missed the two-thirds majority that would veto the president's veto. The Democrats have pledged to bring the matter back to Parliament and Senate chambers within six months – for which they are legally entitled – and force the Republicans to vote again on the matter.

President Donald Trump [Photo: SAUL LOEB, AFP / Getty Images]

Border emergency is the latest hot topic in a new era of shared government in Washington after the Democrats joined the Interim elections last year called for control of the house. President Barack Obama issued his first veto in less than a year in office to block a spending bill that became superfluous when Congress passed a full year measure on the same day.

President George W. Bush has not vetoed his first term. When the Democrats took control of the congress in 2007, Bush gave 142 veto threats and made 11 of them good. Obama and Bush each spent a dozen vetos.

Trump's decision to surrender the veto was no surprise: the White House was threatening it before the resolution cleared the house. Shortly after the Senate vote on Thursday Trump published an unusually short note on Twitter.

"VETO" everything was read.


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