It's the first time Congress has voted to override a veto during Donald Trump's presidency.
The House of Representatives rejected President Donald Trump’s veto of the massive $740 billion defense bill.
The decision to stop the measure passed by Congress was released amid the fourth Democratic debate.
Trump has already said he plans to veto the measures, but they represent yet another standoff with lawmakers in Congress.
President Donald Trump vetoed the legislation Congress passed to block his national emergency declaration over border wall funding.
He promised hundreds of times that Mexico would pay for his pet project, but now Trump is raiding the Pentagon budget.
"It's spelled 'Beto' and you're not supposed to endorse him."
The GOP senators voted against their president, setting up the first veto of his presidency.
Enough support now seems likely in the Senate to pass a disapproval resolution and force a presidential veto.
Congress' vote to override President Obama's veto of the Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act was both embarrassing and irresponsible.