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By Jonathan Allen
"Congress has the freedom to adopt this resolution and I have a duty to veto this," he said, when he had sent a measure stalling his statement on the state of emergency in the country – and billions of dollars to be transferred to the construction of the promised boundary wall – right on the Capitol Hill. Unusually large number of deviations from the GOP from the Trump line.
Though Trump wiped out the fracture of the night – "I do not need voices," he said, "it showed that, having fought with the Congress for power wallet, he weakened the institutional support of the wall, and for his authority, among the Republicans of Washington.
That is, even some Republicans who say they are behind the wall pull a line at Trump, declaring a national emergency and seizing Congress's decision to do so
But some Republicans say it can not be bad for Trump when he is coming to the polls in 2020.
At first glance, he suggests it will be much harder for him to overcome the budget battles with the Congress, which is clearly increasingly inclined to assert his own prerogatives and restrain him. But Trump does not have any domestic policy issues that are approaching the political significance of the wall, and he wants to campaign again against Washington.
Everything is better if he can at least run a bit against both sides. , said Matt Schlap, Comrade Trump and chairman of the American Conservative Union.
"They gave him a present," said Schlapp, passing a resolution to him. "The president is in the strongest position when he fights, and he is considered reliable when he fights with members of his party … especially when the principles are on his side."
Michael Steel, former chairman of the Republican National Committee and frequent critic Trump, noted that the president had said on Friday that he was not upset by the Republicans who had won. The table said that he had heard a bit of a public theater playing on both ends of Pennsylvania Avenue, on a boulevard between the White House and the Capitol.
these senators made, "he said, noting that there was no chance that the presidential veto would be canceled and that most of the Republicans who won could not be re-elected next year. "I'm not convinced."
As for Trump, Styl added: "He loves the fight, it does not matter who he fights, no matter whether it's Republicans or Democrats … for him, politically, He confirms to his base why they sent him to Washington. "
In the end, the courts will decide whether Gambit Trump's constitutional assembly is spending. Democrats and some Republicans now claim that his decision to take money from existing projects and redefine it to build a wall is a violation of the constitutional primate of Congress in terms of spending.
Pres Dent decided to continue to resist the Constitution, the Congress and the will of the American people, "said Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif, in a statement released after the veto. The methods of the president, including Senator Mittt Romney, R-Utah, have raised constitutional concerns, while others are simply concerned the fact that the future president of the Democratic Republic will use the precedent established by Trump to spend money on home projects not approved by the congress. Rachel Howard, Policy Director at the Institute for Conservative Politics, and former assistant to Senator Rand Paul, R-Kee.  Despite the fact that the extraordinary declaration does not violate the principle of separation of powers. Border, – said Howard in a text exchange with NBC. "The President's declaration is in accordance with the law passed by the Congress. They appropriated money and allowed the law that allows the construction of this wall. If Congress wants to change the law that prohibits future presidents from taking such actions, they are fully in line with their rights. "
For Bovar, this issue is political rather than legal.
uses the power that Congress has given him to provide a border – this is more than Congress is obviously prepared to do," she said. "So, in fact, put on the map whether the Republicans will be linked to the security of the 2020 border?
The transfer of power to the executive branch, as well as from Congress, is a long-standing trend, says Mac McLarret, who served as Chief of Staff of the President Bill Clinton
Executive power in this case – including veto and origami The decision to transfer money around – as "unique" because he "interferes with the rights of Congress … from the point of view of appropriations," he said at the age of "Trump's emphasis on the wall 59027]" This is a priority issue for him, and that's why he uses the veto feather, "McLarret said.