House Democrats to sue Trump over border wall emergency

House Democrats to sue Trump over border wall emergency

House Democrats to sue Trump over border wall emergency

He also demanded that Mexico tamp down on the flow of drugs.

"If the drugs don't stop - Mexico can stop them if they want - we're going to tariff the cars", the President said.

"If that doesn't stop the drugs, we close the border", he said.

The Border Patrol chief under President Obama told "Outnumbered Overtime" on Thursday that illegal immigrants are coming to the US for economic equality and family reunification, not asylum.

Trump declared a national emergency so he could use more money to construct the wall he's promised since his presidential campaign. "No one is above the law or the Constitution, not even the President".

Sixteen Democrat-majority states have already sued Trump over the emergency declaration, filing their challenge before a federal judge in California.

President Donald Trump on Thursday threatened to impose vehicle import tariffs on Mexico if it doesn't do more to stop the flow of undocumented migrants and drug smuggling at the U.S. border.

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Mexico, he said, would get a "one-year warning" and only after it that, if the tariffs don't work, would he shut down the border, he said.

"Trump is seeking re-election, and clearly the threats about the increase in immigrants is political", said Aguirre, adding that Mexican companies would argue at a major U.S. -Mexico forum next week that immigration and trade should be treated separately. "And if that doesn't stop the drugs, we close the border", Trump said.

In recent days, Trump has appeared to put his threat on hold, praising the Mexican government for doing more to apprehend migrants traveling through the country from Central America. "There will possibly be disruptions in manufacturing, particularly because a lot of the goods cross the border".

Autoparts and medical equipment makers were among the companies considering the more expensive air cargo to avoid incurring penalties for late delivery to USA clients, or factory closures, Luis Aguirre, the president of Mexico's manufacturing industry chamber INDEX, said late on Wednesday.

Last year, Nielsen unveiled the new section of replacement wall and placed a plaque on the US side on which President Trump's name was engraved. Ted Cruz (R-Texas), who said that the move would be "devastating" and would "punish Texas farmers and ranchers and manufacturers and small businesses". Over the Thanksgiving holiday past year, Trump claimed he'd already "closed the border" after officials briefly closed the northbound lanes at San Ysidro, California, for several hours in the early morning to bolster security because of concerns about a potential influx of migrant caravan members.

The Republican president had threatened last week to close the border this week unless Mexico immediately halted "ALL illegal immigration coming into the United States".

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