Miller Can’t Name Example Of Emergency Declaration For Funds Congress Rejected

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White House adviser Stephen Miller on Sunday couldn’t name another instance of the President declaring a state of emergency in order to secure funds Congress had rejected during the appropriations process.

“Can you point to a single instance — even one — where the President asked Congress for money, Congress refused to give him that money, and the President then invoked national emergency powers to get the money?” “Fox News Sunday” host Chris Wallace asked Miller in an interview.

Miller couldn’t. Watch below:

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