The american president will declare a state of national emergency as early as today, Friday.
It writes several u.s. media, including the New York Times and news agency Reuters.
The extreme manoeuvre of the president is the reaction to the Congressional rejection of that would ensure the financing of Trumps wall on the border to Mexico, which falls at the same time with the adoption of the u.s. budget. The wall on the border to Mexico was promise number one from the Trumps election campaign in 2016.
And the reactions from the Trumps opponents in american politics is on Friday to take the and feel of.
Nancy Pelosi, the speaker of the House of Representatives, langer more than commonly hard upon the president.
Today's declaration is an abuse of power -- a lawless, desperate attempt to distract people from Trump's failure to deliver on his core campaign promise to get Mexico to pay for his a border wall.— Nancy Pelosi (@TeamPelosi) February 14, 2019
'That Donald Trump keeps state employees and key parts of the federal government hostage in order to extort to more than 5 billion. dollars from Congress to build its grænsemur, is *NOT* a national state of emergency', writes Pelosi on Twitter and stamps the leader of the country as a hobo:
'the Declaration of a state of emergency today is the abuse of power - it is a lawless, desperate attempts to distract people from the Trumps lack of capacity to deliver on its central promise, which was to get Mecixo to pay for its grænsemur.'
When the Trump trigger the declaration of a state of emergency he gets with a wing beat extreme power in american politics. It told Phillip Christian Ulrich, who is udenrigsredaktør on the media Kongressen.com Thursday night for the Extra Magazine:
- the President gets enormously wide powers. It is about 136 different laws and decrees, which will enter into force.
- It is simply an emergency measure, so he didn't have to go through a lot of red tape to resolve a given crisis. He can just do it, he says and explains to Ekstra Bladet:
- He (Trump, red.) 've warmed up to it over a longer time, but the message falls on the outside of the 'normal', understood by that there is not a sudden crisis.
According to the New York Times says the House of Representatives and possibly the Senate, however, prepared to curb the president once again.
the Newspaper has spoken with sources telling that several republicans have warned Donald Trump against the state of emergency. Including senator Mitch McConnell. The experienced politician rains, according to the New York Times now that the Democrats in the House of Representatives will vote to dissolve the state of emergency, which can ultimately force the president to use his veto.