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USA. Parliament Speaker Nancy Pelosi, a Californian Democrat, speaks to the media on Tuesday, March 26, 2019, before a House Democratic caucus meeting on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC, USA.
Last month, Trump declared a national emergency to redirect Congress-sanctioned money to build barriers on the US-Mexico border. Democrats and some Republicans are worried that Trump bypassed the legislature's budget after legislators only approved about $ 1.4 billion of the $ 5.7 billion that the President was seeking for structures.
But Democrats could not win enough GOP lawmakers for the measure. Parliament and the Senate have previously passed legislation to block the emergency declaration with the support of both sides.
Trump hopes to use the explanation to secure $ 3.6 billion from the $ 8 billion he wants to set for barriers at the border. It would come from the military budget of the Ministry of Defense. The President has argued that he has full authority to redirect the funds.
Although Congress can not end its declaration of urgency for the time being, Trump's action is still under some scrutiny. Numerous states and groups outside the US filed lawsuits against the declaration.
Last month, the lawsuits have cited Trump's own words, "I do not need that," to get to the border wall, "but I'd rather do it a lot faster."
Although the house did not vow Trump's veto overcome, the conflict over the wall financing will not disappear. After incumbent Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan said on Monday that the Pentagon would move away $ 1 billion from military construction to build the border wall, Chairman of the Committee on House Weapons Commission, MP Adam Smith, denied D-Wa. He said his committee did not approve.
It could still be done because the Pentagon will have the power to use the funds.
Trump applied for $ 8.6 billion for the construction of border walls as part of his budget for the 2020 budget year. This could lead to further confrontation with Democrats about the promise of the signature campaign.
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