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US House Votes To Revoke Trump’s Border Emergency

Eurasia Review Wednesday, 27 February 2019
By Ken Bredemeier

The House of Representatives voted Tuesday night to block President Donald Trump’s declaration of a state of emergency along the U.S.- Mexico border.

The declaration would allow Trump to use money for a border wall without congressional authorization.

Passage in the Democrat-controlled House was...
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