GOP telling Trump he is an idiot

HayJenn

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It is nothing more than amnesty.
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The House measure was introduced in March. That month, two groups of senators introduced similar legislation that would protect dreamers. One bill was authored by Sens. Lindsey O. Graham (R-S.C.) and Richard J. Durbin (D-Ill.). The other was introduced by a group of Democrats, including Sens. Chris Van Hollen (Md.), Ben Cardin (Md.), Dianne Feinstein (Calif.) and Tim Kaine (Va.)
 
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From my link

The House measure was introduced in March. That month, two groups of senators introduced similar legislation that would protect dreamers. One bill was authored by Sens. Lindsey O. Graham (R-S.C.) and Richard J. Durbin (D-Ill.). The other was introduced by a group of Democrats, including Sens. Chris Van Hollen (Md.), Ben Cardin (Md.), Dianne Feinstein (Calif.) and Tim Kaine (Va.)

Yeah but Lindsey Graham is gay. Therefore, he can't be a real Republican because he can't be a real Christian.

He's just a RINO.
 
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Pragmatist said:

There isn't a single congressperson from either party that wants open borders. That's what the ignorant trump supporters believe because that's what he tells them.



BIG LOLs! Keith Ellison is Minnesota's current Attorney General. Try to keep up.
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That's because he stepped down this year from congress to take that job.

Still, he was a congressman supporting open borders until a few months ago.

Try to keep up.
 
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BIG LOLs! Keith Ellison is Minnesota's current Attorney General. Try to keep up.
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That's because he stepped down this year from congress to take that job.

Still, he was a congressman supporting open borders until a few months ago.

Try to keep up.
You better call it a night. He wasn't given anything. The RWC candidate for attorney general was totally nuts.
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On November 6, 2018, Ellison won the election for Attorney General by more than 100,000 votes.[78] This made him the first Muslim person to win election to a statewide office in the United States,[79] and the first African American elected to statewide office in Minnesota.
 
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BIG LOLs! Keith Ellison is Minnesota's current Attorney General. Try to keep up.
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You better call it a night. He wasn't given anything. The RWC candidate for attorney general was totally nuts.
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On November 6, 2018, Ellison won the election for Attorney General by more than 100,000 votes.[78] This made him the first Muslim person to win election to a statewide office in the United States,[79] and the first African American elected to statewide office in Minnesota.
That's all fine and dandy but he is an open border supporter and was in congress this year.

Because he switched jobs doesn't change the fact of what he supported while in congress.

Gary Johnson also supports open borders although he is not in congress it shows how many of them are actually out there.

An easier way to solve this is when would you say no more can enter the country illegally?

When will you put up a wall to say enough is enough?

Answer that for me or show that you support open borders also.
 
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Just like his wall. He declares an emergency so he can steal funds from other departments but he has yet to take a dime. He really doesn't have to, his idiots already think he won that battle so why bother. He's telling them he's building the damn thing and they believe it.
Your right. Trump could tell them he's building the wall and just not do it. Then he could tell his supporters how much money he saved negotiating the best deal.
 

HayJenn

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His promise to punish Mexico with escalating tariffs unless it controls what he calls the “invasion” of migrants across the southern border is premised on a law that has never been used either as a tool of immigration policy or tariffs.The International Emergency Economic Powers Act (IEEPA) mentions neither.

Enacted in 1977, it is aimed at sanctioning foreign enemies and has been deployed to fight groups or countries hostile to the United States, such as freezing the assets of Iran after the U.S. Embassy hostage crisis; to impose embargoes; to punish foreign drug kingpins and cybercriminals; and to restrict transactions involving weapons of mass destruction. The law’s predecessor, the Trading with the Enemy Act, was passed during World War I and amended by the IEEPA because Congress thought it gave the president too much power.

“IEEPA was not designed for the imposition of tariffs,” said Jennifer Hillman, a Georgetown University law professor. “It was intended to give the President the power to impose economic sanctions when the President finds an ‘unusual and extraordinary threat’ to the national security, foreign policy or economy of the U.S. from foreign sources,” she said in an email.

“There is no reference” in the law to “presidential authority to impose tariffs,” said Edward Alden, a senior fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations. “It has been used for economic sanctions of various sorts against enemy countries, Iran, Iraq and Sudan and Libya. It’s never been used against a close ally. “This is a considerable step beyond anything the president has done before in terms of abusing the authority delegated to him by the Congress. I think that’s why you’re seeing a reasonably significant reaction on the Hill.”

https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/national-security/use-of-emergency-declaration-to-impose-tariffs-on-mexico-is-legally-questionable-scholars-say/2019/06/04/f9b60004-86ed-11e9-a870-b9c411dc4312_story.html?utm_term=.744c2de93c09

Shocker!!! Not - trying to abuse his powers, again.