Transcript for Senate has votes to block Trump's national emergency
All this as Michael Cohen is due back on the hill on Wednesday. Let's get more from Mary Bruce. You have more than half a dozen house committees all looking into the president right now. One of the next big steps, demanding his tax returns. Democrats are no longer waiting for Robert Mueller's report to plow ahead on this issue. Instead we have learned they are now preparing to formally request the president's tax returns. There's a new sense of urgency here among Democrats after Michael Cohen's testimony last week raised serious new questions about the president's finances and conflicts of interest and whether or not the president uninflated his wealth for his own gain. This are now enough votes in the senate to defeat his emergency declaration for the border wall. Reporter: Four Republicans are now siding with Democrats. The senate has enough votes to block the president's emergency declaration. It would set up the stage for the president's first ever veto. Rand Paul tipped the scale overnight. Saying trump is wrong in trying to expand the powers of the presidency. The senate is expected to vote in the coming week. The president says he'll veto it. Unlikely that congress will have enough votes to overturn that. Mary, thank you. Switching gears to the ultimate sideline celebration.
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