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Rebel members of President Donald Trump's party have helped pass a vote to reject his declaration of an emergency on the US-Mexico border.
Twelve Republican senators broke party ranks to side with Democrats, approving a proposal to revoke the proclamation by 59-41.
The Democratic-controlled House of Representatives last month backed the measure.
Following Thursday's vote, Mr Trump tweeted: "VETO!"
Congress needs a two-thirds majority of both chambers to override a presidential veto, which is viewed as unlikely in this case.
Nevertheless, the vote will be seen as an embarrassing loss...
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