The Senate voted for the abolition of state of emergency in the United States
The U.S. Senate voted for a resolution that cancels the decree of the President of Donald trump on the introduction of a state of emergency on the border with Mexico, reports the online edition of the Chronicle.info with reference to the Correspondent.
59 senators to 41 voted to cancel the declared trump the Declaration of state of emergency on the border of the country. Before that, the same document was received by the House of representatives.
Now the document goes for the signature trump. The American leader on his Twitter has said that it will veto the resolution.
“Look forward to veto “inspired” the Democrats, a resolution that will open the border against the backdrop of increasing crime, drugs and human trafficking in our country. I thank all the strong Republicans who voted in support of border security and our very needed a wall,” wrote trump. Congress can override the veto if they gain a two-thirds vote in each chamber.