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11 GOP Senators Just Sided With Dems to End Trump’s Emergency Declaration on Border Wall

Barack Obama never had this problem. At least, not to such an extent.

Congressional Democrats generally backed 44 with everything they had, no matter how wrong the guy was on the issues.

Many Congressional Republicans, to this day, despite seeing all the bad things the left does and all the good things Trump has done, continue to vote against the best interests of Americans.

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For example…

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From The Hill:

The Senate again voted on Wednesday to end President Trump’s emergency declaration on the U.S.-Mexico border wall, paving the way for a veto showdown with the White House.

Senators voted 54-41 on a resolution to end the declaration, which Trump used to shift billions of dollars from the military toward wall construction.

Under the National Emergencies Act, a resolution ending the declaration needed only a simple majority to clear the Senate, making it likely to be approved. But underscoring the broad swath of concern about Trump’s actions among the Senate GOP caucus, 11 Republican senators voted to nix the declaration.

Here are the names of the GOP Senators…

-Lamar Alexander (TN)

-Roy Blunt (MO)

-Susan Collins (ME)

-Mike Lee (UT)

-Jerry Moran (KS)

-Lisa Murkowski (AK)

-Rand Paul (KY)

-Rob Portman (OH)

-Mitt Romney (UT)

-Pat Toomey (PA)

-Roger Wicker (MS)

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