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Trump Vows To Appeal Judicial Ruling To Block Use Of Funds For Border Wall

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Trump Vows To Appeal Judicial Ruling To Block Use Of Funds For Border Wall

Trump Vows To Appeal Judicial Ruling To Block Use Of Funds For Border Wall

According to a report by Reuters, on Saturday, US President Donald Trump vowed to appeal a US judge's ruling to block his administration from using 5.2 billion dollars in funds intended for anti-drug activities to construct a wall along the southern border of Mexico.

On Saturday, during a press conference at the G20 summit in Osaka, Japan, Trump said, "We're immediately appealing it, and we think we'll win the appeal.

There was no reason that that should've happened."

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