“I just don’t think you should call national emergencies unless there truly is a national emergency. There’s no national emergency at our border,” she said in a clip from Showtimes’ “The Circus” released Friday.
She also criticized the idea of declaring a national emergency to circumvent Congress, an idea the president has been considering if lawmakers fail to include border wall funding in a shutdown deal.
Those precedents “really may come back to not only haunt him but our country,” she said.
“He couldn’t get Congress when he had Republican control. He can’t get it now,” Mrs. Clinton added. “Then work with Congress.”
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