McConnell’s life just got rougher as he dosen’t want the class of 2020 on the record. The House is moving forward on the Joint Resolution to terminate Trumps “Mission Accomplished” wall funding National Emergency, when Congress already told him no.
The concurrent resolution under the law is not eligible for filibuster in the Senate and McConnell will have to bring it to a vote within 18 days if it being submitted to the Senate. (I assume it won’t have a problem passing the house.) McConnell will not be able to “Garland” the resolution.
Now in reality I think it will pass the House, have a good chance (better that 50/50) of passing the Senate. Trump will veto and the Senate will not override with the needed 2/3rds majority. If it doesn’t then I think the House will take up a legal case (in addition to the ones already filed in California and DC) as Trumps actions being unconstitutional exercising of the power of appropriations.