They really are taking Nixon's "If the president does it, it's not illegal" argument to a whole new level, aren't they?
Fox And Friends Hosts Clash On Trump Saying 'He Didn't Need To Call' A National Emergency To Build The Wall
On Fox and Friends, co-hosts Brian Kilmeade and Steve Doocy clashed after briefly discussing Trump's NE announcement to steal funds for his wall when he said he didn't need to do it. Kilmeade thought it was a mistake and Doocy bowed down to Trump's presidential powers. lamented the 16 new lawsuits filed against Trump's bogus national emergency to steal monies for his wall but claimed the Supreme Court always votes for Trump.
Trump's favorite cable show admits only the activist conservative Supreme Court justices can save Trump's National Emergency order to fund his wall.
Trump's senior policy adviser told CBS' John Dickerson that the "powers of the president to protect our country are very substantial and will not be questioned"
(h/t Heather at VideoCafe) The notion of Constitutional Separation of Powers has gotten muddied over the last ten years or so, thanks in great part to the Republicans and the wars of choice in Iraq and Afghanistan, costing trillions in American
(h/t Heather at VideoCafe) Did you know that not listening to George Will makes you a more informed viewer? It's true. It's quite a cushy job for someone: show up on TV week after week to offer forth your part of the national dialog and never,