President Donald Trump Threatens To Close Border Next Week: 'We're Not Playing Games' | NBC News



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Federal Judge Denies Democrats Blocking Trump's Wall



hello viewers I'm Curtis host of this channel and you were watching POTUS breaking news network YouTube channel I request you watch this video till the end federal judge rejects House Democrats blocking Trump's wall according to news updates from CNN a federal judge in Washington last Monday denied a request by House Democrats to block President Donald Trump from transferring funds from appropriated accounts to construct his border wall a setback for Democrats seeking to use the judicial system to fight the White House before starting to the news we would like to know your opinion about the following poll should employers be required to pay men and women the same salary for the same job kindly press the like button and comment your answer in the comments section given below this video we are waiting to know your reply in the comment section so now let's start the news judge Trevor McFadden said the house lacks standing to bring the challenge and also he does not believe the court should step into the fight between the President and Congress he wrote the court declines to take sides in this fight between the house and the president this case presents a close question about the appropriate role of the judiciary in resolving disputes between the other two branches of the federal government to be clear the court does not imply that Congress may never sue the executive to protect its powers it's one of the first times in the numerous court battles between the democratic-led House of Representatives and Trump's administration that a federal judge has ruled with the administration over lawmakers several House committees have received favorable rulings last month from federal judges as they subpoenaed financial records from Trump's accounting firm and from Deutsche Bank and Capital One as part of the democratic-led investigations McFadden's decision to effectively kill the house effort to stop the border wall comes at the White House and his critics clash over immigration policy on the us-mexico border a judge in California meanwhile overseeing a separate federal case pause some funding that was set to go towards the wall last month border communities and the Sierra Club will continue to challenge the constitutionality of Trump's funding of the wall in the lawsuit at the same time public attention has turned to Crowl conditions and border detention centers while Trump is called for tougher restrictions the ruling will likely not impact the other lawsuits by House Democrats or states against the Trump administration or various legal efforts to block border wall construction it was specifically on the idea of standing simply whether the house could show injury and could sue earlier this year the democratic-led house joined several organizations and filing a lawsuit against the president's national emergency declaration the lawsuit argues Trump's choice to move funds for the wall violated the Appropriations Clause of the Constitution which gives Congress power over the designation of federal spending it asked McFadden to block spending of money transferred for the wall in addition to future transfers the suit received the notable support from former members of Congress and former House General Counsel's from both sides of the aisle a bipartisan group of more than 100 former House members signed a brief I stated rarely in our nation's history as the executive branch launched such an assault on Congress's executive legislative powers the Department of Justice praised the decision the court rightly ruled that the House of Representatives cannot ask the judiciary to take its side in political disputes and cannot use federal courts to accomplish through litigation when it cannot achieve using the tools the Constitution gives the Congress a Department spokesperson said in a statement the Department looks forward to continuing to defend the administration's lawful actions to address the crisis at the southern border so what did you think about this news please share this news with your social contact and comment in the comment section below and don't forget to subscribe to our Channel press the bell icon to get notified for daily news updates you can make some donation to us through PayPal link given in the description section also if you want to communicate with us then contact us on our email which is also given in the description section of this video

President Donald Trump Declares National Emergency To Secure Border Wall Funding | NBC News



so I'm gonna be signing a national emergency and it's been signed many times before it's been signed by other presidents from 1977 or so it gave the presidents the power there's rarely been a problem they signed it nobody cares I guess they weren't very exciting but nobody cares they sign it for far less important things in some cases in many cases we're talking about an invasion of our country with drugs with human traffickers with all types of criminals and gangs hey NBC News viewers thanks for checking out our YouTube channel subscribe by clicking on that button down here and click on any of the videos over here to watch the latest interviews show highlights and digital exclusives thanks for watching

Government Shutdown Continues Into New Year As Democrats Look Ahead To 2020 | NBC Nightly News



DEMOCRATS MAY BE READY TO BRING IT TO AN END. WE GET THE DETAILS NOW TO BRING IT TO AN END. WE GET THE DETAILS NOW FROM NBC’S GARRETT WE GET THE DETAILS NOW FROM NBC’S GARRETT HAAKE. FROM NBC’S GARRETT HAAKE. >> Reporter: 2018 WILL HAAKE. >> Reporter: 2018 WILL END WITH THE FEDERAL >> Reporter: 2018 WILL END WITH THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT STILL END WITH THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT STILL PARTIALLY SHUT DOWN. GOVERNMENT STILL PARTIALLY SHUT DOWN. TEN DAYS IN, THE PARTY PARTIALLY SHUT DOWN. TEN DAYS IN, THE PARTY IS STILL DIVIDED OVER TEN DAYS IN, THE PARTY IS STILL DIVIDED OVER FUNDING FOR THE IS STILL DIVIDED OVER FUNDING FOR THE PRESIDENT’S BORDER FUNDING FOR THE PRESIDENT’S BORDER WALL STILL NOT PRESIDENT’S BORDER WALL STILL NOT TALKING. WALL STILL NOT TALKING. >> THE HOUSE WILL BE TALKING. >> THE HOUSE WILL BE IN ORDER. >> THE HOUSE WILL BE IN ORDER. >> Reporter: THE HOUSE IN ORDER. >> Reporter: THE HOUSE AND SENATE IN FOR JUST >> Reporter: THE HOUSE AND SENATE IN FOR JUST MINUTES WITH MOST AND SENATE IN FOR JUST MINUTES WITH MOST LAWMAKERS STILL OUT OF MINUTES WITH MOST LAWMAKERS STILL OUT OF TOWN. LAWMAKERS STILL OUT OF TOWN. >> THE SENATE STANDS TOWN. >> THE SENATE STANDS ADJOURNED UNTIL 4:00 >> THE SENATE STANDS ADJOURNED UNTIL 4:00 P.M. ON WEDNESDAY, ADJOURNED UNTIL 4:00 P.M. ON WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 2nd, 2019. P.M. ON WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 2nd, 2019. >> Reporter: LATE JANUARY 2nd, 2019. >> Reporter: LATE TONIGHT, THE PRESIDENT >> Reporter: LATE TONIGHT, THE PRESIDENT TELLING FOX NEWS. TONIGHT, THE PRESIDENT TELLING FOX NEWS. >> I’M HERE. TELLING FOX NEWS. >> I’M HERE. I’M READY TO GO. >> I’M HERE. I’M READY TO GO. IT’S VERY IMPORTANT. I’M READY TO GO. IT’S VERY IMPORTANT. A LOT OF PEOPLE ARE IT’S VERY IMPORTANT. A LOT OF PEOPLE ARE LOOKING TO GET THEIR A LOT OF PEOPLE ARE LOOKING TO GET THEIR PAYCHECK AND SO I’M LOOKING TO GET THEIR PAYCHECK AND SO I’M READY TO GO ANY TIME PAYCHECK AND SO I’M READY TO GO ANY TIME THEY WANT. READY TO GO ANY TIME THEY WANT. WE’RE NOT GIVING UP. THEY WANT. WE’RE NOT GIVING UP. WE HAVE TO HAVE BORDER WE’RE NOT GIVING UP. WE HAVE TO HAVE BORDER SECURITY AND THE WALL WE HAVE TO HAVE BORDER SECURITY AND THE WALL IS A BIG PART OF SECURITY AND THE WALL IS A BIG PART OF BORDER SECURITY. IS A BIG PART OF BORDER SECURITY. >> Reporter: WHAT DOES BORDER SECURITY. >> Reporter: WHAT DOES THE PRESIDENT WANT? >> Reporter: WHAT DOES THE PRESIDENT WANT? MR. TRUMP SHIFTED FROM THE PRESIDENT WANT? MR. TRUMP SHIFTED FROM A CONCRETE WALL THAT MR. TRUMP SHIFTED FROM A CONCRETE WALL THAT MEXICO WOULD PAY FOR A CONCRETE WALL THAT MEXICO WOULD PAY FOR TO DISCUSSING STEEL MEXICO WOULD PAY FOR TO DISCUSSING STEEL SLATS OR FENCING. TO DISCUSSING STEEL SLATS OR FENCING. ON SUNDAY, CHIEF OF SLATS OR FENCING. ON SUNDAY, CHIEF OF STAFF JOHN KELLY ON SUNDAY, CHIEF OF STAFF JOHN KELLY CALLED THE WALL NOT STAFF JOHN KELLY CALLED THE WALL NOT ACTUALLY A WALL, AND CALLED THE WALL NOT ACTUALLY A WALL, AND SENATOR LINDSEY GRAHAM ACTUALLY A WALL, AND SENATOR LINDSEY GRAHAM SAID IT WAS A SENATOR LINDSEY GRAHAM SAID IT WAS A METAPHOR. SAID IT WAS A METAPHOR. >> HAPPY NEW YEAR. METAPHOR. >> HAPPY NEW YEAR. >> Reporter: BACK ON >> HAPPY NEW YEAR. >> Reporter: BACK ON CAPITOL HILL, INCOMING >> Reporter: BACK ON CAPITOL HILL, INCOMING SPEAKER NANCY PELOSI CAPITOL HILL, INCOMING SPEAKER NANCY PELOSI AND HOUSE DEMOCRATS SPEAKER NANCY PELOSI AND HOUSE DEMOCRATS PLAN TO VOTE THURSDAY AND HOUSE DEMOCRATS PLAN TO VOTE THURSDAY TO FULLY FUND ALL THE PLAN TO VOTE THURSDAY TO FULLY FUND ALL THE CLOSED GOVERNMENT TO FULLY FUND ALL THE CLOSED GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS THROUGH CLOSED GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS THROUGH NEXT YEAR, EXCEPT THE DEPARTMENTS THROUGH NEXT YEAR, EXCEPT THE DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND NEXT YEAR, EXCEPT THE DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY. DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY. DHS WILL BE FUNDED SECURITY. DHS WILL BE FUNDED UNTIL FEBRUARY WITH DHS WILL BE FUNDED UNTIL FEBRUARY WITH $1.3 BILLION FOR UNTIL FEBRUARY WITH $1.3 BILLION FOR BORDER SECURITY. $1.3 BILLION FOR BORDER SECURITY. NONE OF IT FOR A WALL. BORDER SECURITY. NONE OF IT FOR A WALL. DARING SENATE NONE OF IT FOR A WALL. DARING SENATE REPUBLICANS AND THE DARING SENATE REPUBLICANS AND THE PRESIDENT TO KEEP THE REPUBLICANS AND THE PRESIDENT TO KEEP THE GOVERNMENT CLOSED. PRESIDENT TO KEEP THE GOVERNMENT CLOSED. >> THIS STARK PATH GOVERNMENT CLOSED. >> THIS STARK PATH DOESN’T HAVE TO BE THE >> THIS STARK PATH DOESN’T HAVE TO BE THE FUTURE. DOESN’T HAVE TO BE THE FUTURE. WE CAN MAKE OUR FUTURE. WE CAN MAKE OUR DEMOCRACY WORK FOR ALL WE CAN MAKE OUR DEMOCRACY WORK FOR ALL OF US. DEMOCRACY WORK FOR ALL OF US. >> Reporter: OF US. >> Reporter: OPPOSITION TO THE WALL >> Reporter: OPPOSITION TO THE WALL COULD BECOME A THEME OPPOSITION TO THE WALL COULD BECOME A THEME AMONG DEMOCRATS COULD BECOME A THEME AMONG DEMOCRATS CHALLENGING THE AMONG DEMOCRATS CHALLENGING THE PRESIDENT ON THE CHALLENGING THE PRESIDENT ON THE CAMPAIGN TRAIL. PRESIDENT ON THE CAMPAIGN TRAIL. MASSACHUSETTS SENATOR CAMPAIGN TRAIL. MASSACHUSETTS SENATOR ELIZABETH WARREN TODAY MASSACHUSETTS SENATOR ELIZABETH WARREN TODAY BECOMING THE MOST ELIZABETH WARREN TODAY BECOMING THE MOST PROMINENT DEMOCRAT YET BECOMING THE MOST PROMINENT DEMOCRAT YET TO SAY SHE’S PLANNING PROMINENT DEMOCRAT YET TO SAY SHE’S PLANNING TO TAKE ON MR. TRUMP TO SAY SHE’S PLANNING TO TAKE ON MR. TRUMP IN 2020. TO TAKE ON MR. TRUMP IN 2020. >> WE WANT A IN 2020. >> WE WANT A GOVERNMENT THAT WORKS, >> WE WANT A GOVERNMENT THAT WORKS, NOT JUST FOR THE RICH GOVERNMENT THAT WORKS, NOT JUST FOR THE RICH AND POWERFUL. NOT JUST FOR THE RICH AND POWERFUL. WE WANT A GOVERNMENT AND POWERFUL. WE WANT A GOVERNMENT THAT WORKS FOR WE WANT A GOVERNMENT THAT WORKS FOR EVERYONE. THAT WORKS FOR EVERYONE. >> Reporter: ON FOX EVERYONE. >> Reporter: ON FOX NEWS, THE PRESIDENT >> Reporter: ON FOX NEWS, THE PRESIDENT WELCOMING WARREN TO NEWS, THE PRESIDENT WELCOMING WARREN TO THE RACE IN TYPICAL WELCOMING WARREN TO THE RACE IN TYPICAL TRUMP STYLE. THE RACE IN TYPICAL TRUMP STYLE. >> DO YOU REALLY THINK TRUMP STYLE. >> DO YOU REALLY THINK SHE BELIEVES SHE CAN >> DO YOU REALLY THINK SHE BELIEVES SHE CAN WIN? SHE BELIEVES SHE CAN WIN? >> WELL, THAT I DON’T WIN? >> WELL, THAT I DON’T KNOW. >> WELL, THAT I DON’T KNOW. YOU’D HAVE TO ASK HER KNOW. YOU’D HAVE TO ASK HER PSYCHIATRIST. YOU’D HAVE TO ASK HER PSYCHIATRIST. >> Reporter: AND PSYCHIATRIST. >> Reporter: AND TONIGHT, THE NATION’S >> Reporter: AND TONIGHT, THE NATION’S LARGEST UNION OF TONIGHT, THE NATION’S LARGEST UNION OF FEDERAL EMPLOYEES LARGEST UNION OF FEDERAL EMPLOYEES ANNOUNCED IT’S SUING FEDERAL EMPLOYEES ANNOUNCED IT’S SUING THE GOVERNMENT OVER ANNOUNCED IT’S SUING THE GOVERNMENT OVER THE SHUTDOWN ON BEHALF THE GOVERNMENT OVER THE SHUTDOWN ON BEHALF OF THOSE ESSENTIAL

Democrats Pass Bill To End Shutdown, President Donald Trump Vows To Veto | TODAY



in just hours congressional leaders are headed to the White House aiming to hash out a deal to reopen the government it is a bitter backdrop to an otherwise history-making day on Capitol Hill Thursday filled with firsts and all the hallmarks of divided government the government shutdown careening toward a third week as Democrats who officially took control of the house Thursday passed legislation to reopen it overnight the bill is passed but with no new funding for the president's border wall mr. Trump already vowing to veto it you have no border security without a wall we will have no deal without a wall take yes for an answer open up government and it's not just Democrats the first cracks are beginning to show in the Republican Party GOP senators Cory Gardner and Susan Collins calling on the president to compromise Collins saying overnight that an agreement should not be held hostage to this debate over border security the growing gridlock a jarring contrast to celebrations on the House floor after an historic day on Capitol Hill congratulations after becoming the first woman to get the gavel over a decade ago Nancy Pelosi taking the title of House Speaker once again I now call the house to order on behalf of all of America's children at the White House President Trump making a surprise appearance as a new reality sets in I just want to start off by congratulating Nancy Pelosi on Capitol Hill a number of firsts the new class becoming the most diverse in history with more people of color members of the LGBTQ community and more than a hundred women sworn into the House a record morning everyone tis a day at 29 Alexandria Acacio Cortes becoming the youngest woman in Congress posting this photo from Vanity Fair with the caption we're in the building Rashida Talib of Michigan the first Palestinian American member of Congress blasting the president overnight first in an op-ed she co-authored in the Detroit Free Press writing in part the time for impeachment proceedings is now and later at a party where she was caught on camera apparently using an expletive in reference to the president we're gonna go in there we're gonna teach them all as Washington braces for divided government Democrats vowing more investigations into the President and Speaker Pelosi asked about impeachment by Savannah are you willing to rule it out well we have to wait and see what happens with the Muller report we shouldn't be impeaching for a political reason and we shouldn't avoid it Pietschmann for a political reason the White House firing back I think it's unfortunate that you've got a sin incoming speaker already talking about indictments and impeachment now we reached out to congressmen to lieb's office about that video of her talking about impeachment and so far no response so the big question here will lawmakers and the president get a deal today while two senior administration officials telling me overnight both sides are still very much deadlocked you

President Trump ‘Not Happy’ About Deal To Avert Another Government Shutdown | NBC Nightly News



sir will you sign Congress's border deal president Trump tonight unimpressed by that bipartisan border deal hammered out by congressional leaders am i happy at first glance I just got to see it the answer is no I'm not I'm not happy still the president wouldn't say whether he would sign or veto the bill before another partial government shutdown at midnight Friday I don't think you're going to see a shutdown I wouldn't want to go if you did have it it's a Democrats fault but tonight instead of threatening to declare a national emergency the president's now hinting he'll take executive action to redirect money to pay for the wall it's not doing the trick but I'm adding things to it and when you add whatever I have to add it's all it's all gonna happen we're we're gonna build a beautiful big strong wall the deal would provide nearly 1.4 billion dollars for 55 miles of new boarder barrier no concrete wall and far short of the 5.7 billion the president's demanded the compromise immediately coming under fire from the president's conservative allies I'm getting details 1.3 billion that's not a kind not even a wall a barrier any Republican that supports this garbage compromise you will have to explain it follows a combative Trump rally in El Paso last night we have suffered a totally dishonest media a man with a make America great again had attacked a BBC cameraman inside the cordoned off press area the man was removed from the arena and the journalist was not hurt and tonight press secretary Sarah Sanders released a statement on the president's behalf saying President Trump condemns all acts of violence against any individual or group of people including members of the press hey NBC News fans thanks for checking out our YouTube channel subscribe by clicking on that button down here and click on any of the videos over here to watch the latest interviews show highlights and digital exclusives thanks for watching