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‘Fox & Friends’ hosts press WH spokesman, whether the insurrection Act is used, in order to stem border crisis

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White house Deputy spokesman, Hogan Gidley, says the first trump is the immigration policy adopted by the Congress will depend on whether or not Democrats work with the Republicans are ready.

The “Fox & Friends” co-host on Friday, Deputy White House Press Secretary Hogan Gidley pressed on reports that the Trump-the administration is planning the riot act to combat illegal immigration.

To use Trump intends to remove the “enormous forces” of the law, illegal immigrants from the country, the Daily Caller reported, citing several senior administration officials.

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The riot act goes back to 1807, and allows a President to troops anywhere in the United States to lead the Federal law-to set a rule of lawlessness and turmoil. This power is limited, but it was used as a justification for the civil war.

It was last call by the former President George H. W. Bush during the 1992 Los Angeles riots. Before it was used in 1957 by former President Dwight D. Eisenhower to desegregate schools in the South.

“Is the administration in view of the uprising?” Steve Doocy asked Gidley.

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Gidley, the answer to this trump started everything in his power, is standing for the protection of the nation, if Doocy, mixed with, “Is that a Yes or a no?”

“He wants to do everything to protect what is his statutory authority, the American people and the families in this country,” Gidley said.

“Yes,” Doocy and Brian Kilmeade agreed.

Gidley not commit, one way or another, but said there are many “tools” of the President.

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“What is so sad is that we always said to this point in the first place,” Gidley. “We can fix this Problem, now in the Congress, we can resolve this Problem sustainably, to protect the American people. We have to do it.”

Fox News’ Steve Kurtz contributed to this report.

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