"By saying he'll close the border the message people get down there is, 'If you have children the gangs will turn into prostitutes or drug runners, leave now,' " said David Cay Johnston.
In a filing with a federal appeals court, the Justice Department said it agreed with the wacky ruling of a Texas federal judge that invalidated the ACA.
"What I think is quite striking is the attorney general's decision to weigh in, to kind of insert himself into this and make his own judgment, along with Rod Rosenstein," Lisa Monaco said.
"No matter what's in it, he's going to say this proves this was a witch hunt, but there is a possibility that he will be able to claim that before the report is even out," Jeffrey Toobin said.
Trump's wildly inappropriate comments about McCain bring more ludicrous brown-nosing from an Ohio congressman.
"Let's start with the fact that instead of solving Middle East peace, Jared nearly put us into a war in the region," said Vicky Ward, author of "Kushner, Inc."
"I'm only going by the gunman's notes in his manifesto if this is really his, he is inspired by the white supremacist movement, he's inspired by violent rhetoric," she said.
The prominent liberal senator had a lukewarm reaction to the former congressman's announcement.
“If you start to see this President use pardon power for people who are connected with this investigation, I think you'll see Congress erupt,” Sen. Kaine said.
"It's not Trump being Trump when the president of the United States says members of Congress hate America," Avlon said.
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