US President Donald Trump’s demand for US$5.7 billion in funding for his ‘great, great wall’ triggered the longest-ever partial US government shutdown in December and January. Photo: AP

US Senate seems to have votes to reject Donald Trump’s national emergency

  • Senator Rand Paul becomes the fourth Republican senator to pledge to vote against the disapproval resolution
  • If the four follow through on their plans and all Democrats vote against Trump’s move as expected, the measure would pass the Senate, forcing Trump to veto it
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US President Donald Trump’s demand for US$5.7 billion in funding for his ‘great, great wall’ triggered the longest-ever partial US government shutdown in December and January. Photo: AP
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