Lee proposed a version of the resolution that would have restricted future emergency declarations while grandfathering in Trump's, but he couldn't reach a compromise agreement with the White House, and the plan fizzled.
"Today I am vetoing this resolution", said Trump.
We will add video when it becomes available. The House previously passed the resolution last month, 245 (including 13 Republicans) to 182.
While Congress is unlikely to muster the votes to override the veto, the rebuke from some members of his own party left Trump politically wounded, at least temporarily, as immigration and his planned wall along the USA southern border become a flashpoint again in the 2020 presidential campaign.
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Congress is unlikely to muster the votes to override Trump's veto, a fact that left White House officials confident despite disappointment that it passed the Republican-controlled Senate at all.
Lawmakers, including 12 Republicans, had passed the rejection resolution on Thursday in a surprising rebuke of Mr Trump's signature issue.
Trump has said he wants a wall to prevent immigrants from crossing into the United States, describing the situation as a national emergency. "We look forward to seeing him in court and to the shellacking that he will receive at the hands of an independent judiciary", said Executive Director Anthony Romero.
"I think the basic premise of Mike [Lee's] bill is correct", Republican Senator Jerry Moran said Thursday.
Despite the embarrassing defections, Trump's grip on the party remains strong and the White House made it clear that Republicans resisting Trump could face political consequences.
"The president acted well within his discretion in declaring a national emergency concerning the southern border", the Justice Department argues in the letter, a copy of which was reviewed by The Washington Post. Lamar Alexander, R-Tenn. "This would be the first time that a president has ever asked for a certain amount of money from Congress, Congress has refused to provide it, and then the president has declared a national emergency under the 1976 act and said, 'I'm going to spend the money anyway'". Ahead of the voting, Trump framed the issue as with-him-or-against-him on border security, a powerful argument with many.