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Trump advisers push emergency declaration while assuming it'll be stopped in court
Jan 11th, 2019 at 6:13am
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Trump advisers push emergency declaration while assuming it'll be stopped in court

They are treating a state of emergency as a get-out-of-shutdown-free card.

In fact, it sure looks like some in the Trump administration see the emergency declaration as appealing even though they assume it’s going to get held up in court.

Republicans not named Donald Trump are getting very antsy about the continued government shutdown, as 800,000 federal employees face their first missed paycheck on Friday. And some of them have apparently decided that an emergency declaration is a good way to end the shutdown — without taking a stand on whether it’s actually a good idea, or even constitutional.

That’s how the Wall Street Journal (in an article by Kristina Peterson, Rebecca Ballhaus, and Natalie Andrews) put it in a Wednesday article, at least:

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As a possible way out of the shutdown, Mr. Trump’s advisers in recent weeks have suggested that the president could declare a national emergency to fund the border wall and agree to sign a spending bill without such a provision. While the declaration likely would get tied up in litigation, Mr. Trump would be able to tell supporters he did everything he could to build the wall, one of his top campaign pledges in the 2016 presidential campaign.


The WSJ’s Peter Nicholas even suggested on Twitter that the plan would be to issue the emergency declaration, get the court injunction, and then reopen the government



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https://www.vox.com/policy-and-politics/2019/1/10/18175957/national-emergency-de...






EXACTLY what I said a few days ago.




  

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Re: Trump advisers push emergency declaration while assuming it'll be stopped in court
Reply #1 - Jan 11th, 2019 at 6:23am
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Vypr wrote on Jan 11th, 2019 at 6:13am:
Trump advisers push emergency declaration while assuming it'll be stopped in court

They are treating a state of emergency as a get-out-of-shutdown-free card.

In fact, it sure looks like some in the Trump administration see the emergency declaration as appealing even though they assume it’s going to get held up in court.

Republicans not named Donald Trump are getting very antsy about the continued government shutdown, as 800,000 federal employees face their first missed paycheck on Friday. And some of them have apparently decided that an emergency declaration is a good way to end the shutdown — without taking a stand on whether it’s actually a good idea, or even constitutional.

That’s how the Wall Street Journal (in an article by Kristina Peterson, Rebecca Ballhaus, and Natalie Andrews) put it in a Wednesday article, at least:


The WSJ’s Peter Nicholas even suggested on Twitter that the plan would be to issue the emergency declaration, get the court injunction, and then reopen the government



FULL:
https://www.vox.com/policy-and-politics/2019/1/10/18175957/national-emergency-de...

EXACTLY what I said a few days ago.



Do Trump supporters actually want him to declare a state of emergency?
  
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Re: Trump advisers push emergency declaration while assuming it'll be stopped in court
Reply #2 - Jan 11th, 2019 at 6:30am
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Possibly Logical wrote on Jan 11th, 2019 at 6:23am:
Do Trump supporters actually want him to declare a state of emergency?



They do

If Trump told his supporters to hop around on one foot in a circle...

They would Wink
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Re: Trump advisers push emergency declaration while assuming it'll be stopped in court
Reply #3 - Jan 11th, 2019 at 6:36am
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Possibly Logical wrote on Jan 11th, 2019 at 6:23am:
Do Trump supporters actually want him to declare a state of emergency?


They think it means he will then build a wall. Trump thinks it is a get out of jail free card. Declare emergency, reopen govt., go to court and get it struck down. "Look ma! I did everything I could!" It's all an act for the Trump-slave core.
  

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Re: Trump advisers push emergency declaration while assuming it'll be stopped in court
Reply #4 - Jan 11th, 2019 at 6:56am
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Vypr wrote on Jan 11th, 2019 at 6:36am:
They think it means he will then build a wall. Trump thinks it is a get out of jail free card. Declare emergency, reopen govt., go to court and get it struck down. "Look ma! I did everything I could!" It's all an act for the Trump-slave core.


Still, they have to realize the precedent that this will set.
  
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