• Daniel Horowitz

Conservative Review: How Trump can protect the border without Congress

Can a group of foreign nationals rush our borders, claim to be unaccompanied minors or have a credible fear of persecution, and get in – while there is nothing an American president can do to protect America’s sovereignty, security, culture, schools, and social programs from the invasion? Does the president need permission from the courts or even a new act of Congress to just say no?

The political class would have you believe that, but it is simply not true. While President Trump is right to demand congressional action, he has full authority under existing law and the Constitution to prevent an influx of migrants from Central America – whether through a publicity stunt of a traveling caravan walk-a-thon or individual migrants smuggled over the border. ... Read the full story by Conservative Review

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