Trump uses first veto to save his national security directive for border wall

President Donald Trump Friday vetoed congressional resolutions aimed at nullifying his national security directive  to authorize funding for the Mexican border wall. Trump intends to reauthorize roughly $8 billion. Both houses of congress cancelled the directive, with two dozen Republicans siding with the Democrats in the vote.

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  • Mar 15, 2019 @ 23:38 at 23:38
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    Both the two houses of congress do not represent anymore, and are far from, the will expressed by the American people voting for Trump.
    President Trump has as a consequence the obligation to close down these two chicken coops, and call for fresh elections, with new uncompromising people, with not even a shadow of nepotism with the traitors of today 2 houses.

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