Trump's own trade adviser Peter Navarro admitted that Trump's executive orders were guidance to the Executive Branch, not policies to help people.
It’s conceivable that Trump is hoping his boy Gorsuch will welcome the opportunity to expand corporate “religious freedom” to all corporations, whether said religious views are sincerely held, or merely more profitable. But if we go with the existing jurisprudence of the Supreme Court, this element of the Executive Order will fail.
"We will keep working to protect immigrant rights and maintain an inclusive, diverse, and strong America."
Opponents of Trump’s mass deportation and Muslim ban policies are using technology to fight back on behalf of the victims of these policies.
"In our professional opinion, this Order cannot be justified on national security or foreign policy grounds."
Ferguson pointed out that the president's actions are not above challenge: "That is not the law and frankly, it cannot be the law in our country.”
"I call my own shots, largely based on an accumulation of data, and everyone knows it. Some FAKE NEWS media, in order to marginalize, lies!"
The Justice Department issued notice it will appeal Trump's Muslim ban ruling, calling it an executive order, giving the lie to Trump's claim that it was a DHS ban
"What is our country coming to when a judge can halt a Homeland Security travel ban and anyone, even with bad intentions, can come into U.S.?"
"The bleak cadence of last month’s inauguration was still in the air when Donald Trump lobbed the first Molotov cocktail of policies and executive orders"
Protesters at Denver International Airport were told by Denver police, “Stop doing anything that could be construed as free speech without a permit”
"There will be regulation, there will be control, but it will be a normalized control," he said, apparently having no idea what "normalized" means.
President Trump claimed that his immigration executive orders would save billions of dollars. An examination of the facts shows that Trump's plan could cost taxpayers billions, and the economy trillions.
Donald Trump has signed an executive order moving the Keystone XL and Dakota pipeline projects forward, which means that on his fourth day in office President Trump has wrecked the environment.