Trump Will 'Probably' Declare National Emergency As He Heads To The Border
Thursday, 10 January 2019 United States President Donald Trump set off on a visit to the U.S. southern border in Texas on Thursday but as he departed the White House he indicated he was likely to declare a national emergency to secure funds for his border wall, according to The New York Times. Trump was speaking to reporters before heading to the Texas town of McAllen on the 20th day of the federal government shutdown and repeated his claim that if Democrats did not provide the funding, he had the right to declare a national emergency over immigration. Trump has been demanding $5.7 billion to partially fund erecting the border wall but Democrats have been steadfast in denying any money for the wall. The impasse has...
President Donald Trump said he “probably will” declare a national emergency to fund his border wall. According to Business Insider, Trump said there is a “crisis” at the U.S.-Mexico border. It is not clear on whether Trump can legally declare a national emergency just to fund the wall. If...
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A CNN debate on President Donald Trump's decision to veto the Senate's rejection of his national emergency bid to build his wall got heated. CNN political commentator, Tara Setmayer accused radio show..
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This week's fact-checking video by CNN's Jake Tapper concerns several claims by President Donald Trump to justify his national emergency declaration for a border... FactCheck.org Also reported by •Christian Science Monitor