The US president has forbidden decisions in Congress to hinder the trade of $8.1bn (£6.5bn) worth of weapons to Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates.
Mr. Trump declared the three resolutions “would undermine America’s global competitiveness” and destroy its alliance with its associates.
It occurs after both committees of Congress enacted to block the sale.
Certain individuals of Congress stated they started the weapons could be practiced on civilians in the Yemen battle.
They have convicted Saudi Arabia’s position in Yemen as well as previous year’s murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
The Senate would retain a vote within days on whether to revoke Mr. Trump’s opposition, Republican Majority Leader Mitch McConnell spoke on Wednesday.
But analysts say it is almost certain that the Senate will not have the necessary two-thirds majority to do so.
It is the third time Mr. Trump has handled his denial authority considering procuring office.
In May, the White House declared a national emergency declaration to circumvent lawmakers and drive through the weapons trade.
During then Mr. Trump told he chose because of the threat postured by Iran.
Yet the movement sparked violent conflict on Capitol Hill from those who froze the weapons could be used upon civilians in Yemen by Saudi-led troops.
Legislators including some Senate Republicans also stated there was no lawful reason to circumvent Congress.
Yet, in declaring his veto Mr. Trump advised that banning the sale of US weapons could continue the fight in Yemen and that “externally precision-guided munitions, more – not fewer – civilians are expected to grow victims”.
He also demanded that Saudia Arabia and the UAE were a “barrier upon the malign actions of Iran and its delegates in the zone”.
Tightness amidst the US and Iran have increased distinctly since Mr. Trump reached the US out of a contract linking Iran and world powers to restrict Iran’s nuclear program.
The US announces it hit at least one Iranian vibration latest week and has accused Iran of a series of crimes on tankers in the Gulf. Iran hastened down a US drone in June.