republican Roger WilliamsJohn (Roger) Roger WilliamsThe Congress begins its first day off with modest hope. The Senate agrees to hold last-minute talks, but no way to stop it is announced. (Texas) said this week that it was opposed to the declared national emergency by President TrumpDonald John TrumpTrump offers Jeffrey Rosen to replace Rosenstein at MJ. McCabe says: "It's possible" Trump is an asset for Russia McCabe: Trump "undermines the role of law enforcement" build a border wall.
Williams, questioned about Trump 's national emergency statement by a voter at a public meeting on Tuesday, has clearly refused to support it, according to the Austin American – Statesman.
"The reason I did not support the statement is because Congress did a really mediocre job, we … Congress, on both sides of the aisle, put the president in this situation, agree, but I do not support it. from a selfish point of view, "said Williams at the event, according to the Statesman.
He then went on to explain that the emergency situation declared by Trump could affect the funding of the border wall at military bases, particularly in Fort Hood, and stating that he "would hate to see much of that." are spent as such ".
The District of Williams, which he represents for the fourth time, includes the majority of Fort Hood and is not at or near the border.
He added at the town hall that there were "serious problems at the border".
"But I have not been a big supporter of the emergency declaration," he said. "Congress has let people down by not taking an aggressive stance to introduce a border security bill."
Hill asked Williams' office to comment on this, but a spokesman for the MP's office told the politician that he had not decided whether he would support a congressional resolution aimed at block the declaration.
"If a joint resolution ending the emergency is lifted, Congressman Williams should read it and scrutinize the facts surrounding it before forming an opinion," the spokeswoman said. from Williams, Hanna Allred, to local media.
GOP Sen. Susan CollinsSusan Margaret CollinsTexas, Senator, introduces a bill to honor the Bush New York City GOP Green Bush is a good plan for Democrats Regarding the unilateral action of the executive, Mitch McConnell had reason – in 2014 NEXT (Maine) became Wednesday the first Republican senator to say that she would support a law aimed at blocking Trump 's emergency declaration, which he published last week.