Both chambers of the U.S. Congress have voted to end the national state of emergency due to the dispute regarding the border wall. In contrast, President Trump a Veto.
even before the vote in the Senate, US President, Donald Trump made it clear that he will not be dissuaded from his Plan of a border wall in Mexico. "We build a lot of walls. Many contracts will be tomorrow and the coming week awarded for many, many additional miles of the wall," he said.
Shortly thereafter, the U.S. Senate voted for an end to the of Trump the state of emergency proclaimed. The President immediately announced his Veto: He was looking forward to block of the US-Democrats, suggested Resolution, so Trump. Thus, the next stage in the dispute over the construction of the wall begins.Twelve Republicans voted against Trump
Twelve Republicans had voted in the Senate with the Democrats against the state of emergency. The were more votes than expected. The Republicans will control that chamber of the US Congress, but senators like Susan Collins from Maine had doubts. "The issue is not 'more security at the borders' - a goal that I have voted support for the I. Rather, it is to clarify a opportunity to whether the Congress, for its privileges of admission and the separation of powers supports, which is enshrined in the Constitution," said Collins.
Trump had given a month ago in the rose garden of the White house, that he declare a state of emergency, to speed up a border wall to build.