Could Donald Trump declare a national emergency for a border wall? Here's what we know
Friday, 18 January 2019 The United States is in its 28th day of a partial federal government shutdown over the funding of a border wall with Mexico. President Donald Trump is unwilling to sign a spending deal to re-open the government if it doesn’t include billions of dollars for a border wall, and Democrats in Congress aren’t willing to support a bill that provides the money. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., said he won't have the Senate vote on a proposal that doesn't have Trump's approval. Trump has floated the possibility of declaring a national emergency as a resort for building the border wall, to the chagrin ... >>More
President Donald Trump said he is not “looking to” declare a national emergency to end the partial government shutdown. Before this statement people were worried about the threat and power the president presents. According to Politico, this partial shutdown exposed issues in the way presidents...
According to Reuters, the U.S. Congress on Thursday aimed to end a dispute over border security with a bipartisan legislation that would avert another partial government shutdown. However, the measure..
According to a report by Reuters, on Thursday, the US Congress aimed to end a dispute over border security with legislation that would ignore President Donald Trump's request for 5.7 billion dollars to..