The House on Thursday voted to end American involvement in the Yemen war
The House of Representatives voted on Thursday to end American participation in the Yemeni War, rejecting the support of the Trump government for the Saudi Arab-led military campaign.
The bill now goes to President Donald Trump, who is expected to veto it. The White House says that the bill is "serious constitutional concern" and the Congress lacks votes to cancel it.
With a vote of 247-175, the Congress resolved for the first time decades-old war power to try to stop the foreign conflict.
CTM News | 4th April 2019