President Trump is commending the GOP senators who voted against the disapproval resolution on the national emergency declaration.
DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen thanks President Trump for standing up for the American people, by issuing the first veto of his presidency.Following her visit to the White House Friday Nielsen praised the president for calling the “humanitarian and security crisis at the border exactly what it is, a national emergency.”Her comments come after 12 Republicans joined Democrats in passing a resolution to block President Trump from using Pentagon funding to build a border wall.
Department of Homeland Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen said she fears for our democracy, while lashing out at Congress for tying the hands of immigration officers.
President Trump’s former chief White House strategist spoke to One America’s Neil W. McCabe about the launch of Beto O’Rouke’s presidential campaign. They also discussed the 12 Senate Republicans who joined Democrats in a rebuke of the national emergency declaration along the southern border.
President Trump is pushing back on Democrats by denying his national emergency declaration is an overreach of power.
Vice President Mike Pence held a roundtable with Customs and Border Protection (CBP)agents in West Virginia to highlight the importance of border security.
Vice President Mike Pence called the situation at the southern border “a crisis like we’ve never seen before,” while defending the president’s national emergency declaration.
The Department of Health and Human Services is asking the Pentagon to prepare housing for up to 5,000 migrant children as the crisis at the southern border continues.
GOP Senator Susan Collins is defending her position to vote in favor of the disapproval resolution of the president’s national emergency declaration.