Law professor Jonathan Turley explained the difference between President Donald Trump’s upcoming national emergency case and the funding of Obamacare on “Fox & Friends” Friday.
“They’re using the case where I represented the House of Representatives against Obamacare and we won, but this is not the same case,” Turley, who teaches at George Washington University Law School, said. “What President Obama did was order the treasury essentially to be opened up and to pay insurance companies. That’s a different type of funding.”
“What Trump is going to do is he’s going to use money that was appropriated by Congress. It just doesn’t have these tight conditions on them. That’s Congress’s decision to make. They can appropriate money and not put many conditions on, so it’s going to be a different fight,” he continued. (RELATED: Law Professor Jonathan Turley Says Rudy Giuliani Is Right On How Mueller Report Will Affect Trump Administration)
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