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The white house, the Congress insists can close immigration loopholes

To meet President Trump with a house Republicans report on immigration in the midst of the growing room family, separations, chief White House correspondent John Roberts.

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threatens additional duties on Chinese goods – So that’s why you don ‘ T have the Chinese buffets in China

If we, however, only a Congress.

If we only have a Congress, we would have somewhere to declare war and Finance.

If we override only the Congress, we would have the opportunity to, a President who gets his track.

If we would be treated to a Congress that questions about the award to the ports of the largest democratically elected group in our government.

We only had a Congress, the issues of taxation and spending would be resolved on the basis of the non-profit status.

If we are, however, monitored only would a Congress in matters of war, the body closest to the people who would pay for it and to die for you.

If we would be treated a Congress, the corruption in the other branches of government, as strong as it was, in his own.

If we only have a Congress, we respond to changing immigration patterns in a way that was humane and accommodated competing needs in the local population.

But we don’t have a Congress. Neither we have the separation of powers is useful, as far as we can understand.


Republicans and Democrats trade blame, who is responsible for the trump administration, the policy of separation of children from migrant parents. And the Republicans are right, in the debt-to-Democrats on one thing. Our failed Congress created in this moment by lightly decentralization of its power to the Executive, on the issue of immigration.

The contemp table weakness of the Congress in the past 40 years has added up to a moment in which the presidents of the two parties can rule by fiat, and apparently, caprice. Courts have confirmed it, and the Congress has significantly boasted in his role as a Rotary Club overpaid.

So, Yes, it is true, that everything, what to take policy in this and the following administrations that have offended your sense of decency, Fairness and integrity, the Congress is to blame.

“Nothing is safer than the indispensable necessity of government, and it is equally undeniable, that whenever and however it is instituted, the people must cede to it some of their natural rights in order to vest it with requisite powers.” – John Jay, Federalist No. 2

National Review: “Today for less than $100, an American consumer for the purchase of a home DNA test kit that tells you your ancestry to the smallest detail… But such tests are a product of our modern technological society, the impetus, the ancient behind them. The first book of the Bible is Genesis, and much of it is with the genealogy of the patriarchs, the great loom in the Abrahamic religions. Our interest in the inheritance is a proof of a deep human concern, with past generations that are still to come. Carl’s room‘s she Has her mother’s Laugh: The forces, the perversions and the Potential of the inheritance solves this large and important topic. … She Has her mother, the Laugh is a chronicle of the timeless values and the enduring importance of ties of kinship and the passing of generations in the human culture. It is also a strong warning against human hubris, as the early decades of the hereditary science to show how much damage the science may lead to, if it is bad and unethical.”
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Trump job performance
Average Approval:
43.6 Percent
The average of the rejection:
50.6 per cent
7 Points
Change from a week ago:
up 4.4 points
[On average contains: CNN: 41% approve – 54% lean; CBS News: 42% approve – 52% lean; Gallup: 45% approve – 50% decline; the Monmouth University: 45% approve – 46% oppose it; Fox News: 45% approve – 51% oppose it.]
Control of the house
Republican Average:
40 Percent
Democratic Average: 48 Percent
Democrats, plus 8 points
Change from a week ago:
democratic advantage by 0.4 points
[On average contains: Monmouth University: 48% Dems 41% GOP; Fox News: 48% Dems, 39% of GOP; NBC/WSJ: 50% Dems and 40% GOP; Quinnipiac University: 47% Dems and 40% GOP; IBD: 47% Dems and 40% GOP.]
Fox News: “The trump administration has escalated prior to mounting pressure from fellow Republicans and other Nato countries to end the practice of separation of children from parents who cross illegally the border, as a counter-reaction on the enforcement of the policy in a political crisis. Some GOP lawmakers want the administration to the Directive to stop, on its own, while Texas Sen. Ted Cruz , and others propose emergency laws. Meanwhile, GOP governors pull their state National Guard troops to the border to protest. All of this comes as President Trump , and top Cabinet officials put the blame on the Congress in the run-up to a meeting late Tuesday between President and house Republicans — in the discussion of family-separation, free of play, is likely to dominate. On Twitter, Trump has not abated. ‘Democrats are the problem. They don’t care about crime and want to pour that illegal immigrants, no matter how bad they may be, and they contaminate our Land, such as MS-13. You can’t win, the on their terrible policy, so you see them as potential voters! ” he Tuesday tweeted in the morning.”

Trump stands firm by its policy – Bloomberg: “President Donald Trump hardened its determination to maintain its policy of separation of children from parents who crossed the border illegally in the midst of an intensification of the counter-reaction of the public and legislators. Trump said Tuesday in a speech at a small-business trade group in Washington, that he “is only two options for immigration enforcement, either” completely open borders, or law enforcement required for the law.’ The administration began the separation of children from their parents, such as the principle of criminal law all adult load is perceived to be illegal to cross the border. “People who violate the law, you are endangering your children in the process, the’ Trump of the National Federation of Independent Business said. He said that the Democrats could end the policy through the approval of the immigration law-changes that he is looking for, including the authority to quickly send back and entire families arrested in the vicinity of the border to their homeland.”

Jim Swift: ‘Jon Kyl’s Art of the Deal’ – Weekly Standard: “The Federal government is currently in more than 200 children per day, with many of them, placed in a former Walmart in the vicinity of the southern border. … The former first lady , Laura Bush, expressed their opposition to the policy. Her husband was President the last time there was a chance for radical reform of immigration. The machinations that led to the bill’s failure are worth, we get now. Eleven years ago, I was fresh out of school, and phone service for a senator. … My former boss, Arizona , Jon Kyl, was the leading GOP negotiator on a far-reaching immigration reform bill with the late Ted Kennedy (D-MA.) It was called ” the last, best chance for the overhaul of America’s immigration laws.’ Pretty much any attempt at immigration reform in the ten years since it was doomed from the beginning, but the 2007 Kyl-Kennedy bill is perhaps the closest we have gotten. … Now, a decade later, the vast majority of these 12 million are still here. And now that the economy is growing again, had a problem, wich grows up a bit.”

The former first ladies to speak, which, together with Melania – AP: “All four former first ladies, the current, Melania Trump, in an unusual United political front, an expression of horror on the children separated from their parents on the US-Mexican border. Mrs. Trump not though go as far as some of their predecessors, and criticize the trump administration’s ‘zero-tolerance’ policy has led to the separations. But Michelle Obama took to Twitter to support , Laura Bush, to say, Sometimes the truth transcends the party.’ … Of state Hillary Clinton, speaking at a women’s event in New York, said the trump-administration of the ‘zero-tolerance’ policy, the separation of children and parents at the southern border was a ” moral and humanitarian crisis.’ … The senior among the first ladies, Rosalynn Carter, The Carter center: ‘The practice and policy today is to remove the children from their parents care on our border with Mexico is shameful and a disgrace to our country.'”

Appeal: “tries to underpin a vulnerable Senate seat, the President, Donald Trump will headline a fundraising event is Saturday of the established Nevada Republican Dean Heller. The Tickets run at $15,000 per couple for a photo reception, and $50,000 to sit at a round table with the President. Heller, rated the weakest Senate incumbent, faces democratic Republic of Jacky Rosen in the November General election. A continuation of its balance sheet an active role in Nevada GOP politics, the President is expected also, that it is an appearance at the Nevada Republican party state Convention. Trump previously helped Heller to avoid a primary challenge from Danny Tarkanian, with the request that the state representative running for a seat in Congress instead. Tarkanian, the GOP primary last week for the seat-Rosen, clearance won. … In the elections with Nathan L. Gonzales prices Heller’s race Throw. The President will also campaign for Rep. Kevin Cramer on 27. June in his race against democratic sen. Heidi Heitkamp. This comes amid the tensions between Cramer and trombone, not to tell Cramer, that Trump encouraged him to run for Senate, but seemed to say good things only about Heitkamp.”

Ryan is in favour of the former employee, to him to replace the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: “the speaker of the house of representatives Paul Ryan endorsed his former staffer, Bryan Steep, in the race for his congressional seat. “I’ve known Bryan a long time. He is a life-long residence in Janesville. He has helped me with the budgets back in the early days,’ Ryan said on Monday. “He knows what he’s doing.’ He described Steep as an ‘optimistic problem-solver” and called on Republicans to unite around him, noting that the district is targeted by the liberal political group Organizing for Action. Ryan announced that he’s backing Steeply in an interview with the conservative radio talk show host Jay Weber. Steep, a University of Wisconsin regent, the launch of his campaign for Ryan’s seat in April, soon after Ryan announced that he is seeking re-election. Steep is a member of a strong Janesville political family with close ties to Ryan.”

Federal judge throws out Kansas voter ID law – Fox News: “A Federal judge ruled on Monday that Kansas may not require documentary proof of U.S. citizenship to register to vote, these laws violate the constitutional right to vote in a decision with national impact. In an extraordinary rebuke, U.S. District Judge Julie Robinson ordered the Kansas Secretary of state Kris Kobach completed the additional six hours of legal training requirements before he is to renew his law license for the coming year. It imposed the sanction for its numerous disclosure violations. The 118-page decision came in two consolidated cases challenging Kansas voter registration law, that the people, documents, like a birth certificate, U.S. passport or naturalization papers. The decision reflected the Kansas proof-of-citizenship registration law and makes permanent an earlier injunction had temporarily locked.”

Intense race for US House show in ad-spending – Bloomberg: “The intensity of the struggle for the U.S. House to play on the nation’s TV screens, in which the number of view-campaign to more than 50 percent from where it was at the same point in the last comparable elections. The increase reflects face the high stakes, trying to influence both parties and special interests, the first midterm election: Donald Trump’s presidency, with the result of the determination, of whether Democrats can bring his agenda to stop a dead man, if they win control of at least one chamber of Congress from the Republicans. The increase is also driven by the unusually large number of retirements to house members. The open seats of the departures have prompted scores of Republicans and Democrats to a jump in competitive primaries, sometimes with several candidates competing in a district for their party’s nomination.”

It is primary day in the nation’s capital – WaPo: “voters in the district casting ballots Tuesday in a primary election that is likely to mayor Muriel E. Bowser (D) on a moving path in the direction of the first mayor to win a second term since 2006. In the nation’s capital, where the overwhelming majority of voters are registered Democrats, the primary is tantamount to a General election unless an independent Challenger emerges, in time for the November contest. Bowser and about half of the DC current, the legislators face re-election in the Democratic primary, but in most cases, you have credible challengers. After the vote, at Shepherd elementary school at 8 a.m., the mayor of the local stops made of choice around the city. “I feel great,’ Bowser said, as we reached the Columbia Heights educational Campus at 11 a.m.”

To make the LAT: “President Trump, move the amp up pressure on China, trade concessions, threatened late on Monday night to impose tariffs on an additional $200 billion in Chinese imports and double the amount, if Beijing has countered with counter-measures. Trump, the announcement is the latest escalation of a brewing trade conflict with China. It comes after the White house on Friday to propose detailed plans for 25% of the customs duties to 50 billion US dollars in the import of goods from China, the majority of which will be effective on 6. July. The news sparked widespread fears that the two largest economies on the path to a trade war, the harmful effects on the world. The equity markets plummeted overnight in Asia, with indexes in Shanghai almost 4% fall and Hong Kong to fall by nearly 3%. U.S. stock futures were pointing to a sharply lower opening. The response from Beijing followed on the foot. China’s Ministry of Commerce, said that the preparation of customs duties on $ 200 billion of the country’s exports to the United States, is synonymous with” extreme pressure and blackmail.'”

Senate passes bill to block Trump’s deal with ZTE – CBS News: “The Senate of the National Defense Authorization Act, 85 votes in favour, 10 votes against (NDAA) on Monday, and in the legislation contain language to the ban on the Chinese Telecom giant ZTE to the conduct of business in the United States. The Senate measure, returns to an agreement to allow the trump management of ZTE to proceed with the purchase of components from American companies. The Chinese company is accused of anti-trade laws by selling sensitive technologies to North Korea and Iran. The Trump administration announced a deal with ZTE earlier this month, but Senate leaders tried to undo it, by tucking a provision into the must-pass defense package. The house passed its version of the NDAA at the end of last month, and his version of the ZTE-determination. The Senate and the house have, to the differences in the two bills and reach a compromise before a final version of the bill. The Trump administration hopes to revise the ZTE language in the house-Senate negotiations on the defense bill.”

“And grace is a gift. The freedom that we enjoy in this country, like that grace was paid for with someone else’s blood. Do not forget that. Not that for granted.” – “Guardians of the Galaxy” star Chris Pratt, in his speech after receiving the Generation Award at the MTV Movie & TV Awards ” on Monday night.

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Newsweek: “Chinese hot pot restaurant was forced to shutter after an all-you-can-eat offering, left the company around $78,000 more in debt. Jiamener, a restaurant in the city of Chengdu in the Chinese province of Sichuan had been offered a monthly membership for $19, allowing customers to eat unlimited amount of food over the month, from 1. June. But the customers were so excited about the all-you-can-eat hot pot deal, they ate the restaurant into bankruptcy. The restaurant was forced to close after less than a month, because hundreds of new customers flooding began, taking full advantage of the buffet. Reports suggested that at least 500 customers in the restaurant and visited every day. Patrons allegedly, the monthly membership card is shared with your family members, and customers formed long queues, which lasted from 8:00 until long after the normal closing hours. … One of the restaurant owners told local media that the company was aware that you could lose it to develop money out of the deal, but it had caught, the a loyal clientele.”

“We should not blame the Supreme court, to do for refusing to do for us what we, the people, assembled in Congress (and the country), refuse to do that for us.” – Charles Krauthammer , writing in the Washington Post, 27. June, 2003.
Chris Stirewalt , the politics editor for Fox News. Brianna McClelland contributed to this report. FOX News mid-term report in your Inbox every day wants? Sign up here.

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