Mark Levin Dubs Senate Republicans Who Voted Against Trump’s Border Emergency ‘The Dirty Dozen’

By Craig Bannister | March 14, 2019 | 4:20pm EDT
Mark Levin (Screenshot)

After the Republican-majority Senate passed a resolution disapproving of President Donald Trump’s declaration of a national emergency at the southern border, nationally-syndicated conservative pundit Mark Levin assigned a label to the 12 Republicans helped Democrats pass the resolution.

“The Dirty Dozen,” Levin declared on Twitter after Thursday’s vote, linking to a post on The Right Scoop titled, “Senate votes to DISAPPROVE Trump’s National Emergency; 12 Republicans voted with Democrats and HERE ARE THEIR NAMES.”

The Right Scoop piece cites a tweet by Roll Call Reporter K Tully-McManus listing the 12 Republicans who voted against President Trump’s effort to secure the border.

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