WASHINGTON D.C.- President Donald Trump didn’t take well the passage of a resolution in the U.S. Senate, to overturn his national emergency declaration over The Southern Border. The vote was 59-41 in favor of the resolution, with 12 Republicans joining the Democrats, including senators Marco Rubio, and Mitt Romney

Just minutes after the vote in the Senate (the resolution had already passed in the House a week ago), the president went to his favorite channel of communication. 

“VETO!”, he tweeted. He was tweeting about the subject during the morning also. This would be the first veto of his presidency. And it is going to be about a resolution for which several members of his own party voted in favor, in both chambers.  

“I look forward to VETOING the just passed Democrat inspired Resolution which would OPEN BORDERS while increasing Crime, Drugs, and Trafficking in our Country. I thank all of the Strong Republicans who voted to support Border Security and our desperately needed WALL!” He tweeted several minutes later. 

Is too soon to know what is going to happen with Trump’s Emergency Declaration. For now, Congress could only revert the veto, by having two thirds of the votes in the Senate and the House, which doesn’t seem achievable. 

However, the resolution was also sued in courts by a dozen of states, and it could end up in the Supreme Court. Over there, the justices would have the last word about, ultimately, Donald Trump’s wall.