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Republicans in Congress may be the best positioned to stop Trump from declaring a national emergency
Since conceding victory to Democrats late last week by reopening the US federal government, the Trump administration has tried to flip the script on who holds the upper hand in ongoing negotiations over immigration. It seems increasingly unlikely that Democrats in Congress will cave to the president’s demand to secure $5.7 billion of funding for a US-Mexico border wall. Therefore, White House acting chief of staff Mick Mulvaney has gone on the offensive, affirming that “the president’s commitment is to protect the nation, and he’ll do it either with or without Congress.”
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