If he issues a veto soon, Trump will fall somewhere after

If he issues a veto soon, Trump will fall somewhere after

  field and George W. Bush, who served a full four-year term without issuing a veto. But Bu

sh made up for lost time in his second term, especially when Democrats took control of the House and the Senate in 2007.

  A number of Republican senators have expressed a willingness to break with Trump over the national emergency dec

laration. And 13 Republican representatives have already sided with Democrats on the issue.

  That’s enough to force his veto, but not nearly enough to overturn it.

  The vote overturning the national emergency declaration is not subj

ect to filibuster rules, so a simple majority can pass the measure through the Senate. Th

ere are 53 Republicans, 45 Democrats and two independents who vote with Democrats. Three Republican senators, tw

o of whom are up for re-election in 2020, have said they will vote with Democrats and against Tru

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