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Trump Says He'll 'Probably Have To Veto' Bill That Would End National Emergency Declaration

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Trump Says He'll 'Probably Have To Veto' Bill That Would End National Emergency Declaration

Trump Says He'll 'Probably Have To Veto' Bill That Would End National Emergency Declaration

Hours before the Senate was scheduled to vote on a bill that would end President Trump's national emergency declaration, Trump admitted he didn't know what the vote would be, but would "probably have to veto" it.

"We have a border situation also," Trump told Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar.

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