The White House is "considering and pursuing all options" in its bid to reinstate President Donald Trump's ban on travelers from seven predominantly Muslim countries and all refugees, White House senior policy adviser Stephen Miller said Sunday.
A White House official has attacked the USA appeals court over its suspension of the President's immigration ban, which could require backing evidence if it goes to the Supreme Court. "And you know and I know that no foreign national living in Yemen or any other country has a constitutional right to demand entry into our country". Even though Trump won the presidency by way of the electoral college, he lost the popular vote.
Earlier this week President Trump claimed, with no evidence, that voters from MA were bused to New Hampshire to vote illegally. CBS Pittsburgh reported on November 4, 2016, "agents say a company called FieldWorks was paying people to register voters", and "that company may have required workers to meet a quota".
"That signal is when we begin a great rebuilding of the armed forces of the United States", Miller said, previewing the president's ask to Congress to invest in the military.
Congratulations Stephen Miller- on representing me this morning on the various Sunday morning shows.
President Donald Trump is praising the actions by Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers for the recent "enforcement surge" that officials say is targeting immigrants who are in the country illegally and have criminal records.
"You can start by providing evidence to back up your claims", Stephanopoulos said, ending the segment. Or how about just any piece of evidence at all beyond saying you worked in New Hampshire before? "You have millions of people who are registered in two states, who are dead who are registered to vote, and you have 14 percent of non-citizens, according to academic research, at a minimum, are registered to vote, which is an astonishing statistic".
"We have multiple options and we're considering all of them".
Miller, for his part, attempted to refute specific parts of the ruling during his media blitz Sunday, explaining on NBC's "Meet the Press" that, "what the judges did both at the ninth and at the district level was to take power for themselves that belong squarely in the hands of the President of the United States".
Since its signing in late January, the order had given rise to several lawsuits, including one lodged by the Washington and Minnesota state governments.
Things grew a little contentious on Sunday morning when White House senior policy advisor Stephen Miller was interviewed by ABC's George Stephanopoulos.
Miller said, "He needs to protect the integrity, and protect the honor and decency, of our armed services".
And like the president, Miller undermined the legitimacy of the judicial branch.