U.S. government funding bill passes Congress, ready for Trump's signature
Friday, 15 February 2019 Both houses of the U.S. Congress passed a government funding bill Thursday that would avert another shutdown — but that does not contain the $5.7 billion Trump wanted for a border wall. It now needs the president's signature ahead of a midnight tomorrow deadline to become law.
Reuters reports that President Donald Trump is ready to declare a national emergency at the U.S.-Mexico border.
It's a move that Democrats vowed to challenge as an unconstitutional attempt to fund his proposed border wall without approval from Congress.
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