President Donald Trump laid out a strong Oval Office defense Tuesday for his “absolute right” to declare a national emergency to finish building the southern border Wall. Partisan lawsuits will probably lead us to the Supreme Court, where Barack Obama protected his health care takeover in 2012, and where Trump has a pretty good chance of protecting his Wall given the recent seating of Neil Gorsuch and Brett Kavanaugh. (READ: There Were 31 Active National Emergencies Before Trump Declared One For The Wall).
Trump has even said that he plans to utilize one of Obama’s national emergencies to combat drug cartels as one piece of his comprehensive Wall plan.
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