While he was declaring a national emergency, Donald Trump ad-libbed in the Rose Garden and told people not to get tested for the coronavirus.
As the spread of coronavirus takes hold across the United States, many are wondering what actions state governments may be able to take in order to ensure the poor are receiving adequate health coverage during this time.
Ann Coulter on Monday said Democrats can win in 2020 by pointing out that President Trump “hasn’t kept any of his promises” after reports that special counsel Robert Mueller found no conspiracy between the Trump campaign and Russia in the 2016 election.
Senate Republicans have just 24 hours to come up with a workable solution to stop a Democratic-backed resolution that chastises President Donald Trump for declaring a national emergency. Not helping their plight is the fact that by a wide majority American voters continue to oppose his declaration of a national emergency at the southern border, according to a new POLITICO/Morning Consult poll.
The anger of Republicans in Congress is reaching a boiling point at Donald Trump‘s plans to improperly divert billions of dollars from money that was earmarked by Congress for the military to build his border wall. Trump intends to divert the money using the authority of his questionable national emergency declaration.
This morning on “Morning Joe,” co-hosts Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski slammed Republicans for their continued silence on a terror plot against prominent Democrats.
They also hammered the GOP members of Congress for going along with President Donald Trump’s declaration of a national emergency.
The U.S. House of Representatives will vote tomorrow to block Donald Trump’s bogus national emergency declaration.
But today Rep. Sean Duffy (R-WI) lost his mind on CNN trying to defend Trump’s decision to fund his much-promised yet ridiculous border wall with Mexico by declaring a national emergency.
The Associated Press (AP) reports this morning that Donald Trump is planning to do two big things today:
- Sign into law the bill that Congress passed yesterday funding border security while also keeping the government open, and
- Declare a national emergency when he appears in the Rose Garden at 10 a.m. for remarks on “the national security and humanitarian crisis on our southern border.”
To keep his right-wing anti-immigrant base happy he now plans to bypass Congress and siphon billions of dollars from other federal coffers for his wall on the Mexican border.