"People hate the word invasion, but that's what it is", Trump said Friday.
The Republican-controlled U.S. Senate voted to end his border emergency declaration, with 12 of Trump's fellow Republicans joining Democrats.
The bill had passed the House in February with thirteen congressional Republicans crossing the aisle to join Democrats.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said in a statement that the chamber will vote March 26, after Congress returns from recess, to vote on overriding Trump's veto.
Trump's emergency declaration would reallocate approximately $8.1 billion from the Department of Defense (as well as other areas) to begin construction of a southern border barrier.
The emergency declaration will likely stand as Congress doesn't have the votes to overturn a veto, but it still may face challenges in federal court.
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"It is definitely a national emergency; rarely have we had such a national emergency", he insisted.
The White House sought to pare back Republican defections leading up to the vote, with the President and White House aides making clear to Republican senators that a vote against Trump on this issue would have ramifications come re-election time.
Trump expressed pride in the Republicans who did not vote to support the resolution and said later that he had sympathy for those who defied him, adding they did what they had to do.
American Civil Liberties Union, which filed one of the cases, said the veto was meaningless - like the declaration in the first place. Trump was surrounded in the Oval Office by supporters who offered profuse thanks and frequent applause.
"We have presidential candidates on the Democrat side who want to eliminate immigration customs enforcement", said Barrasso.
The wall was a signature campaign issue for Trump, but he was never able to deliver on his promise to make Mexico pay for it, and the issue languished during his first two years in office.
The national emergency I declared last month was authorized by Congress under the 1976 National Emergencies Act, and there haven't been too many that are bigger [emergencies] than we have right at our own border.