Mar 14 2019 WASHINGTON The Senate on Wednesday again rebuked President Trump for his continued defense of Saudi Arabia after the killing of the dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi, voting for a second time to end American military assistance for the kingdom's war in Yemen and to curtail presidential war powers. The vote also might be the opening salvo in a week where Senate Republicans have the opportunity to hit back at the president's aggressive use of executive power. On Thursday, the chamber will vote on a resolution that would overturn Mr. The United States Congress is going to reassert its constitutional responsibility over issues of war that have been abdicated for presidents, Democrats and Republicans, for too many years, said Senator Bernie Sanders, independent of Vermont.