Trump says not in a rush to declare emergency in border wall fight
Saturday, 12 January 2019 WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Donald Trump said on Friday he would not declare a national emergency for now as a way of securing funds for a border wall and ending a partial government shutdown, adding that he would rather see the U.S. Congress act. "We want Congress to do its job," Trump said during a White House event on border security, adding that Democratic lawmakers "should come back and vote." "What we're not looking to do right now is national emergency," the Republican president said
President Trump tweeted a video Thursday of former President Obama in 2014 talking about a crisis at the border. Former Obama White House communications director Anita Dunn explains the difference in their messages on CBSN's "Red & Blue."
U.S. President Donald Trump on Friday vetoed a measure to terminate his emergency declaration over a border wall, striking back at Republican and Democratic lawmakers who opposed the controversial move..
President Donald Trump has issued the first veto of his presidency, overruling Congress to protect his emergency declaration for border wall funding. Flanked by law enforcement officials as well as the..
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