Friday, March 15, 2019

Trump suffers revolt as Senate votes to terminate emergency declaration over US-Mexico border  da  de  fr  nl  hu  no

In a 59-41 vote, in which 12 Republicans defied the president, the Senate passed a measure to rescind the national emergency declared by Mr Trump last month in a move widely seen as a means to circumnavigate a Congress that had rejected his demand for more than $8bn in funding for a border wall.

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