Border Wall Debate: President Trump Uses 1st Veto of Presidency

The U.S. house has scheduled a tentative vote to try and override the president’s veto of a joint resolution.

It was meant to block his national emergency to get a border wall built.

The declaration lets him redirect billions of dollars from the military to construct the border barrier.

Congress passed the joint resolution yesterday with a large majority, including 12 republican senators.

It takes a two-thirds vote in congress to overturn a presidential veto, which is highly unlikely to happen.

The veto override vote is set for March 26.

President Trump will be in Grand Rapids March 28 for a campaign rally.

We will be there to get you complete coverage.