jousting constants between Donald Trump and “the media can” occupy a large part of the political theater american, but a battle at the bottom even more fierce between the president and the judicial system. Subject to a federal investigation since his arrival at the White House, regularly contradicted by the courts, Trump does not cease to rush in stretchers while putting patiently his pawns. For the first time, the president of the supreme Court, John Roberts, was thrown into the fray by publicly reacting to the questioning of a judge by the president. Jon Tigar, a federal judge in San Francisco, had to suspend the presidential decree amending the rules of asylum, holding that “whatever the extent of his powers, the president cannot rewrite immigration laws to impose a condition expressly banned by Congress.” “It was a judge Obama, has swept Trump. And I’ll tell you, it’s not going to happen like that …

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