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Six words that Trump may come to regret

Then Us president, Donald Trump declared a state of emergency yesterday afternoon, came 136 laws in force that gives him access to a pot of money in eight billion dollars. Without that the money being allocated over the state budget.

this money he will use to build a wall along the mexican-u.s. border. To stop the "invasion" from the south. To deal with the "crisis" in the border area. In order to fulfill its greatest and most concrete valgløfte.

Declared a state of emergency: - An alien invasion

But one sentence from the Trumps 50 minutes long and chaotic speech and press conference yesterday, can booklet the president's ambition to build the wall along the 3201 kilometres long border.

"Fake crisis"

the Legislation that allows Trump to declare a state of emergency, and that gives him more power, has no specific definition of what constitutes a "crisis". It is thus a definisjonsspørsmål.

But it helps hardly that Trump said the following six words about the state of emergency he declared in go:

I didn’t need to do this

In Norwegian:

- I had not needed to do this.

Earlier in the week, said Trump even that the wall is on the "very good road".

"Fake crisis", writes lederavdelinga in the New York Times about Trump's statement. But when a Playboy journalist and a CNN journalist asked questions about Trumps the factual basis for the speech yesterday, went Trump on the attack.

EMERGENCY: Us president Donald Trump declares a national emergency to deal with what he describes as an "invasion" of the border to Mexico. A follow-up question from CNNs reporter, he got to race. Video: CNN Show more

"Sit down, sit down," cried Trump to the Playboy journalist.

"You're CNN. You are 'fake news'," said Trump to CNN-journalist.

More action

After the speech it was not long before the first lawsuits were filed. Washington Post reviews particularly one lawsuit, filed by an interest group by the name of Public Citizen.

The plaintiff, Trump administration, on behalf of three landowners in Texas and a miljøverngruppe.

Comes to Trump away with this, it is not good to so what the next made-up "crisis" is going to be, named in a statement from the group, according to the newspaper.

Also from the democratic bastion of California rasler officials with the sabers. Delstatsjustisminister Xavier Becerra, a democrat, warns that he will file a lawsuit against The white house, along with several other states.

The same will borgerrettighetsgruppa ACLU, who will argue that Trump should have the opportunity to use taxpayer money as he will in a "crisis", unless the money goes to the military.

- Trump is too stupid to be a successful authoritarian leader

During the speech on Friday let Trump nor hide the fact that he and the rest of the administration expected to be sued, and that it may take time before decisions are enforceable.

- We declare a national state of emergency. So, we're going to be sued. So we get maybe a poor decision. Then we get maybe even a bad decision. So we come to the supreme court, and where we get perhaps a fair treatment and maybe a good decision, " said Trump.

state of Emergency

It was in 1976 that the u.s. Congress passed laws that Trump yesterday made use of to declare a state of emergency, or a national crisis.

What constitutes a crisis, is as mentioned not specified, but the widespread authority Trump has given itself, goods are basically only in one year at a time, but can be renewed, writes the Washington Post.

Since the law came, it has been used 51 times. 32 of them are still ongoing. Most of the crises that is declared, has been used as a way to impose economic sanctions against foreign powers, such as Iran.

EMERGENCY: Us president Donald Trump declares a national emergency to deal with what he describes as an "invasion" of the border to Mexico. A question from CNNs reporter about the figures he presented was the president to the race. Video: CNN Show more

In recent times, it has been declared martial law 42 times. Bill Clinton used the law 17 times, George W. Bush did the same thing 12 times, and former president Barack Obama declared such crises 13 times.

state of emergency after the terrorist attack of 11. september 2001 is still current, and has therefore been renewed every year since.

Two options

There are two ways to trap the Trumps declaration: In Congress or in the courts.

such A decision is expected to go through in the house of Representatives, one of the two chambers in Congress, because where are the democratic majority.

In the Senate, however, has the Republicans were the majority, but in just this question have not Trump one-sided support of their own, writes the Washington Post.

Several republicans, including senators Thom Tillis and Mac Thornberry, has gone out and criticized Trump's decision.

Tillis believes it is dobbeltmoralsk, because the republicans criticized Barack Obama for bypassing Congress in many cases.

Thornberry believes Trumps decision goes beyond the american armed forces, because it is here that most of the money he will take coming from.

Scary disjointed Comment

But should it become the majority also in the Senate, may Trump lay down the veto. And there are probably not enough votes in Congress to revoke any Trump-veto, writes the newspaper.

When are the courts the only option for Trumps political opponents.

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