VP Pence excuses Trump's comment on judge, denies it undermines constitution

VP Pence excuses Trump's comment on judge, denies it undermines constitution

VP Pence excuses Trump's comment on judge, denies it undermines constitution

"Many people have come out and said I'm right, you know that", Trump said. "There may have been some leaders on Capitol Hill that were not informed with usual niceties of Washington D.C. but look, we live in a very unsafe world".

Democrats have charged that Trump has recklessly exaggerated the impact of Robart's temporary order by warning that "many very bad and risky people may be pouring into our country" because of the judge's ruling.

There is an overwhelming consensus among state officials, election experts, and politicians that voter fraud is rare in the United States, but Trump has repeatedly said he thinks perhaps millions of votes cast in the November 8 election were fraudulent.

"The opinion of this so-called judge, which essentially takes law-enforcement away from our country, is ridiculous and will be overturned!" the president wrote.

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Trump said there is evidence of votes being attributed to dead people and of people voting in different states in the same election.

But Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell thinks Trump should keep those personal opinions to himself. "This would be an unwise and unprecedented act", Pence said of that filibuster threat, during a speech in Philadelphia to a local chapter of the Federalist Society, an influential organization that promotes a conservative evolution of U.S. law.

When O'Reilly noted Putin is "a killer", Trump said: "There are a lot of killers".

The White House said that Pence will attend the Munich Security Conference at the end of the month and also travel to Brussels to discuss ways to strengthen the alliance with European partners. "Well, you think our country is so innocent?"

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"I don't think there's any equivalency between the way the Russians conduct themselves and the way the United States does", he said.

"Putin is an enemy of freedom of religion, the US celebrates freedom of religion", Sasse, a member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, told ABC News' "This Week".

The court said that the states must have an opportunity to respond to the appeal, and that the Justice Department must file a counter-response to them by Monday afternoon. "What he's doing is splitting it apart, more and more and more".

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