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look I expect to be sued I shouldn't be sued the legal challenges the president Donald trump's national emergency declaration are coming with one suit already filed in at least two more expected a group in Texas filed the first lawsuit on Friday saying comes declaration violates the US constitution and that the planned wall would infringe on their property rights we're getting it done trump made the emergency declaration Friday the White House said it allows him to re direct roughly eight billion dollars to fund his U. S. Mexico border wall without congressional approval under the US constitution Congress has authority over federal appropriations not the president I want to do it faster New York Attorney General the teacher James that you would use every legal tool at her disposal to fight comes action while California governor Gavin Newsom bout action as well fortunately Donald Trump is not the last word the courts will be the last word the democratic led house Judiciary Committee also launched an investigation into the declaration legal experts say the challenges facing up hill and probably losing battle likely to go before the conservative majority Supreme Court similar to trump's travel ban which was upheld by the court last year after the justices gave the president the final call on immigration and national security issues the challenges are also likely to delay the use of the funds in could drag into next year's election it's an invasion trumpets painted illegal immigration and drug trafficking across the border as a national security threat even those statistics show that illegal immigration at the border is that a twenty year low and that many drugs come through legal ports of entry when confronted with those stats on Friday trump said they were wrong it's a fair question