Several states to join California lawsuit against Trump’s border emergency declaration

by Justin Wise
February 18, 2019

Several states will reportedly be joining a lawsuit California is preparing to file against the Trump administration over the president’s move to declare a national emergency to get funding for his proposed border wall.

The states include New Mexico, Oregon, Minnesota, New Jersey, Hawaii and Connecticut, according to CBS News. A spokesperson for Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser (D) told KDVR, a local news affiliate, that Colorado would also be joining the suit.

California Attorney General Xavier Becerra (D) and Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) have already announced plans to sue President Trump over the emergency declaration.

Becerra said Sunday that a lawsuit from the state was imminent.

2 Comments - what are your thoughts?

  • Retired Marine says:

    Damn straight. It is our country, NOT the GDamn ILLEGALS and you posturing pissant’s who are supposed to be representing us. LISTEN UP: WE DON’T WANT OR NEED ANY OF THEM. This BS isn’t about sanctuary, it’s about ILLEGAL VOTES for you dim witted demoncrat fools.
    Your tricks just aren’t going to work, and the Supreme Court WILL shut your BS down.

  • ARJAY says:

    It’s NOT “TRUMP’S” border wall!!!!!!!!!!!!

    It’s OUR, “WE THE PEOPLE’S” border wall!!

    Get it right people!

    WE demand the border wall that President Trump was ELECTED to do!!

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