The Senate voted Wednesday to pass a legislation that called for the end to the U.S.’s support to the Saudi-led coalition’s war in Yemen.
Despite going through a Republican-led legislature, the legislation, led by Senator Bernie Sanders, passed with a 54-46 vote, according to CSPAN. It was the second time the legislation passed in four months.
Sanders, who has publicly declared he will be running for president in 2020, announced the vote Tuesday, saying on Twitter “U.S. participation in this war has not been authorized by Congress and is therefore unconstitutional.”