On Friday, amidst the news of the New Zealand shootings, Trump doubled down on his racist wall dreams and issued his first veto after both the House and the Senate voted to reject his national emergency declaration.
Now the House will take up the vote again to see if the veto can be overturned.
If we have Democratic or Republican Members of Congress who helped reject the national emergency, let’s be in touch to say thank you and ask them to stay the course.
If we have Republican Members of Congress who did not help reject the national emergency, let’s let them know that they are standing on the wrong side of history if they stay with him on this.
Beyond veto: Trump seeks more workarounds to avoid Congress
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump's first veto was more than a milestone. It signals a new era of ever perilous relations between the executive and legislative branches of…
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