Supreme Court Lets Trump Build the Wall; Lifts Injunction

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by Joel B. Pollak

The U.S. Supreme Court allowed President Donald Trump to begin building the wall on the U.S.-Mexico border using emergency funds, lifting an injunction Friday that had been imposed by a district court in California and upheld by the Ninth Circuit. 

After Congress refused to appropriate enough funding to build a barrier along the border earlier this year, President Trump declared a national emergency to allow the administration to access more money. In total, he ordered $8 billion spent — though, as Breitbart News pointed out, only $3.6 billion needed an emergency declaration. Read the rest HERE.

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3 Responses to Supreme Court Lets Trump Build the Wall; Lifts Injunction

  1. Troy W Blakely says:

    Thanks for your emails Alan. Keep up the good work. Blessings !!!

  2. Joe Z says:

    The Ninth “Hate-America” Circuit Court got slapped down…great. Now, are we FINALLY going to start building the wall? Hope so.

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