The Democrats argued that Trump had begun an unconstitutional power struggle because Congress refused to grant his bill to fund billions of dollars in walls and he decided to finance it anyway with money earmarked for other purposes, including military construction projects.
California Prosecutor General Xavier Bessera vowed to "definitely and immediately" challenge the legal declaration, one of the expected waves of suits against the aggressive relocation of Trump's executive power. The conference arrived on Friday after admitting losing Congress's bid to pay $ 5.7 billion to fund the wall, but avoided a second closure of the government.
During this event, the president seemed to undermine his own arguments in several ways, saying he "did not need" to declare the emergency but wanted to go faster than the Border Security Congress.
Miller tried to clear this remark with the appearance of "Fox News Sunday".
"The President says, unlike the previous presidents, he may choose to ignore this crisis, choose to ignore this emergency situation, like others, but that's not what he will do," Miller said.
After Parliament acts, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McCannell is unlikely to be able to prevent the quitting efforts of and a skepticism among some Republicans, it is possible that the majority will be gathered against Trump Republican representative Will Hurd, who is a vast area on the southern border in Texas, said he would support a measure in the room that does not allow Trump to take money of vv nni construction projects for the wall.
"I am always ready to make sure that Congress will take back some of this power as an equal branch of the government, and I'm sure there will be many talks," Hurd said on Sunday at CBS's "Face of the Nation."
But one of Congressman's closest allies, representative Jim Jordan of Ohio, predicts that Trump's critics would not be able to form a two-thirds majority in every congressional chamber to overturn any veto President.
"I think there are a lot of votes in Parliament to ensure that there is no disregard for the President's veto, so it will be settled in court," Jordan told ABC News this week.
Republican Senator Ron Johnson voiced concern for Trump's power to act on the wall-some of his colleagues warned him to create a precedent for the Democratic Party's future president to take aggressive enforcement action on issues such as climate change or arms control .
"I wish he did not use it in this case," Johnson told NBC's Meet the Press on Sunday and warned that a "reduced" congress had transferred the presidency and the courts.
But the Wisconsin Senator has also proven he can not vote against Trump's claim to power, which suggests that there is a strong chance that the NP will, as is often the case, refuse to restrict its president.
"We'll look carefully at what he's doing in this case," Johnson said. "But I must emphasize again that this presidential was thwarted in trying to keep this nation safely and securely to secure our borders."
"Let's face it if this president can claim the mandate of everything he has been concerned, namely: better barriers and securing our borders. "
The Democrats tried to portray Tramp's actions as a gross abuse of power, claiming it differs from emergency statements from previous presidents, and may change relations between the executive and Congress
. "This is the first case in which the president has attempted to declare a state of emergency when the Congress expressly rejected the funding for the particular project Chairperson defend, "said the chairman of the Committee of the Democratic Intelligence Service Adam Schiff on the state of UniCredit of" Sunday.
"If we relinquish the power of the purse, which is our most important force, there will be little scrutiny and no balance, which will no longer be a division of powers, just a division of parties, so it will be a moment of truth for my fellow MPs
Another Democrat, Hawaiian senator Brian Shaz, resorted to humor to mock the use of Trump's executive power, Oahu test, 66 degrees of rain, Be careful there, writes Schatz on Twitter on Sunday.
In a more serious remark, Becerra said that a call the California Court of Cassation will use Tramp's own remarks to undermine his declaration and claim that he has created an artificial emergency that makes
"We are ready, we know that something like that may happen." with our sister-state partners, we are ready to go, "Besserra told ABC's" This Week ".
"There is enough evidence to show that this is not the 11 September crisis that we encountered in 2001, not the hostage crisis in Iran that we faced in 1979," Bessera said.
"This is not even a kind of national emergency when we try to take action against a foreign enemy or to avoid some kind of harm causing Americans abroad." The extraordinary statement in many respects is a purely political device that allows it to continue of his congressional losses through the wall, even if his declaration is blocked by the courts, it will give him a crusade, he can unite his base in his reelection battle in 2020.
In singing songs, Trump said on Friday that with s that his efforts will be quickly dismissed in court, but it seems directs his hopes eventually to a favorable decision in the Supreme Court with its new conservative majority.
Until then, Trump insists, without evidence, that he continues to fulfill the promise of the campaign that sparked fire during his campaign in 2016, and which he seems to rely on a second term.
"BUILDING THE WALL!" on Saturday during her long weekend at her private resort in Florida.