Failed Senate candidate and former Texas congressman Robert Francis "Beto" O'Rourke announced Thursday he will seek the Democratic nomination for president in 2020.
Yuval RosenbergMarch 13, 2019Senate Republicans are in a bind. President Trump on Wednesday refused to help them out of it. The Senate is
President Donald Trump is expected to suffer an embarrassing rebuke when the Senate votes to block his national emergency declaration to build a wall on the US southern border, forcing Trump to issue the first veto of his presidency on what he considers to be his top domestic issue.
When the Senate passed a resolution Thursday to repudiate President Donald Trump's national emergency declaration, it wasn't just Democrats -- a dozen Republicans joined them to shut down the President's efforts to fund his embattled campaign promise of a wall along the southern border.
A growing number of Republican senators on Thursday announced they would back a Democratic resolution disapproving of President Trump's emergency declaration to build a wall on the Mexican border.Opposition from GO
More than a dozen Republican senators introduced legislation on Tuesday that would make it easier for Congress to terminate future national emergency declarations, days before the chamber will vote on President Trump's.
Senate Republicans remained sharply split Thursday on how to structure a debate over a disapproval resolution on President Donald Trump's declaration of a national emergency, just days before they must vote on the measure, which is expected to pass.
Sen. Susan Collins (R-Maine) on Thursday said that she expects a number of Republican senators to vote to approve a resolution to block President Trump's emergency declaration to secure funding for a border wall."I
Sen. Rand Paul has joined the list of GOP Senators who are abandoning Majority Leader Mitch McConnell's pledge to support the border emergency declaration by President Donald Trump.
Sen. Lamar Alexander urged the president to withdraw his national emergency declaration or face a Republican revolt.
Sen. Lamar Alexander (R-Tenn.) on Thursday urged President Trump to reconsider his decision to declare a national emergency to construct the U.S.-Mexico border wall, warning that Trump was creating a "constitutional crisis."