President Trump and his political team plan to make his years long quest for a border wall one of the primary thrusts of his reelection effort.
It’s unclear whether even the most vocal critics of the move will risk the ire of the president’s political base by standing up against it.
The president’s lawyers told him he would be sued, but he demanded aides find a way to get around Congress and build the wall.
House Democrats and certain states are likely to seek injunctions to prevent the president from reallocating money for a border wall.
The president nearly blew up negotiations again on Thursday, frustrated by a bipartisan agreement that again failed to provide funding for his signature campaign promise.
Barrack, chairman of Trump’s inaugural committee, had suggested the United States was in no position to judge Saudi Arabia for Khashoggi’s killing.
The system was put in Trump’s personal quarters in recent weeks but sits unused, a White House official said.
Sims penned an insider account about his time in the White House. His lawsuit comes after Trump’s lawyers began arbitration proceedings, and the president attacked him on Twitter.
The House Intelligence Committee hired a former White House national security aide as it prepares to investigate Russian interference.
The president faced rare booing from Republican lawmakers when he criticized Rep. Mark Sanford of South Carolina, who was not in the room.