REPORT: Sen. McSally announces stance on Trump’s border emergency
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PHOENIX — Arizona Sen. Martha McSally says she’ll vote to uphold President Donald Trump’s emergency declaration freeing up money to build a wall on the southern border.
The Republican senator said Wednesday she’s spoken to Trump and others in his administration and was assured that the wall money won’t be taken from military construction projects in Arizona during the current federal fiscal year.
The article goes on to state the following:
The House has voted to nullify the emergency declaration and the Senate is expected to vote on the same measure soon, though Trump would likely veto it.
Arizonans know there is a humanitarian and security crisis at the border – drugs are killing and harming loved ones in communities everywhere. https://t.co/3ARSfiOwMl
— Martha McSally (@SenMcSallyAZ) March 13, 2019
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