A state of emergency in the United States: trump vetoed a decision of Congress on the blocking mode

Чрезвычайное положение в США: Трамп ветировал решение Конгресса о блокировании режима

Чрезвычайное положение в США: Трамп ветировал решение Конгресса о блокировании режима

The President of the United States vetoed the Congress decision to block the emergency rule, which he plans to obtain funds for the construction of a wall on the border with Mexico.

It clarifies the Reuters, Donald trump, who first used the veto against the decisions of the Congress during the tenure of the President. Before veto, the US President wrote about the situation in the country “a terrible emergency”, and U.S. attorney General William Barr called the actions of trump legitimate.

Чрезвычайное положение в США: Трамп ветировал решение Конгресса о блокировании режима

Donald Trump

the President of the United States

“I would like to thank all of the great Republican senators who courageously voted in favor of strong border security and a wall. This will help to stop crime, human and drug trafficking in our country”

Now the U.S. House of representatives, with a majority of Democrats, would have to consider the resolution about cancellation of state of emergency on March 26.

Earlier, trump had signed a document on the state of emergency, which will allow him to allocate eight billion dollars to build a wall on the border with Mexico without congressional approval.

Recently, the U.S. President announced the signing of a new trade agreement with Mexico, which will help Finance the construction of a wall on the border between the two countries. According to trump, this agreement a billion dollars a year more profitable the previous North American free trade agreement (NAFTA).

Before that, on 4 January the House of representatives passed two bills of the budget, in which there was no funding for the wall. The White house said that the bills will be vetoed. This trump has said it could declare a state of emergency and bypass the decision of Congress, but later changed his mind.

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