CA Attorney General Prepares to Sue President Trump

Congressman Xavier Becerra September 2014-Marsh Park-U.S. Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell announces the 21st Century Conservation Service Corps. Photo By LA Mountains.

On Monday California Attorney General Xavier Becerra spoke with MSNBC News’ Andrea Mitchell and told her he intends to file a lawsuit against President Trump’s National Emergency.

As the News Blender reported on Friday, President Trump held a Rose Garden event, where he announced his plans to declare a National Emergency to divert funds in an attempt to build a border wall at the Southern Border.

During the event President Trump acknowledged he would be sued.

Becerra explains the decision to file a lawsuit, which most likely will be filed later on Monday, comes as result of President Trump’s own admission on Friday that he “didn’t need to do this,” Emergency Declaration, adding, “but I’d rather do it faster.”

On Monday Becerra confirmed with CNN’s Kate Bolduan, that he would be filing the lawsuit sometime Monday.

He went on to say, he expects at least a dozen other states to join the lawsuit.

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