National emergency to build wall not a “practical solution”


As the tension regarding the wall continues along with the constant coverage over the state of the government during and after the government shutdown, Senator John Cornyn (R-TX) shares with reporters his perspective in terms of the potential decision the president and his administration might make in the very near future.

Despite Donald Trump having provisions already in law where congress authorized the spending for border security, it is evident that this objective has not been fulfilled.

“I just think, given the fact that he’s probably going to get sued and this will end up in litigation and balled up for months, if not years it’s really not a practical solution to the problem.”

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Cornyn concluded by showing his support for the President despite not seeing a national emergency as an ideal solution.

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“It’s his propagative to do it the way he thinks its best, but I think I owe it to him and owe it to my constituents to basically alert him to the problems I think he’s going to run into.”

Edgar Vazquez is a partner for Kleer Marketing, creating online portfolios for clients along with serving as an official marketing consultant for both equity firms and organizations within college institutions. He was also head of the National Hispanic Institute’s leadership development department, where he managed the participant’s performance and guidance. He’s currently pursuing his Bachelor’s in Political Science at the University of Houston. Hobbies in his free time include traveling, reading, and football.


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