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President Donald Trump's declaration of an emergency on the US-Mexico border looks likely to be dealt a blow by dissident Republican senators.
Several members of the president's own party are expected to rebel when the Senate votes on Thursday on a proposal to revoke his declaration.
The Democratic-controlled House of Representatives last month backed the measure.
Mr Trump warned he was ready to veto the resolution.
In another tweet he branded Democrats "border deniers".
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