Democrats, joined by 13 Republicans, easily passed the measure killing the president’s border wall order; it now moves to a Senate vote
The Democratic-controlled House of Representatives has advanced a resolution to terminate Donald Trump’s national emergency declaration at the US-Mexico border, in a bid to block the president from beginning construction on a border wall without approval from Congress.
In a vote of 245-182, the House easily passed the measure.
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The Article Was Written/Published By: Sabrina Siddiqui in Washington