According to the Federal Register, 58 national emergencies have been declared since the National Emergency Act of 1976 was signed into law by President Gerald Ford.
Thirty have been renewed annually and are currently still in effect, as listed in the Federal Register.
The following is a list of United States Presidents and the number of national emergencies each declared that are currently on-going.
Moments ago Trump told reporters that he’s “not happy” about the deal reached on Monday night to keep the government open past Friday, and while he did not say whether or not he would support the bill, he said would hold a meeting later today to consider the compromise.
President Trump has not yet decided if he’ll support a bipartisan congressional border security deal which provides just $1.375 billion for 55 new miles of border fencing in Texas’s Rio Grande Valley area – far short of the $5.7 billion Trump has demanded for his signature campaign promise, reports Bloomberg, citing an administration official.
Senator Elizabeth Warren believes Trump will be behind bars by 2020.
Warren, who officially announced her bid for the Democratic presidential nomination on Saturday, made the remark at the Veterans Memorial Building in Cedar Rapids in front of a crowd of several hundred.
The new congresswoman from New York is obviously the product of failing educational systems unable to do anything but fill her full of fatuous self-esteem. I’d lay odds she has a large box of participation trophies in her parents’ basement. That being said, I write to thank her.
When 54 year old Jessie Hoover stepped off the Greyhound bus in Bangor, Maine in early May of 1983, she had 20 dollars in her pocket, an AT&T calling-card and a stack of pre-addressed postcards to mail along the way, at least once a week and some beef jerky.
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Every once in a while someone comes along that refreshes my faith in humanity. Someone that offers assistance with no strings attached.
No expectations. No, “If I do this for you, then you’ll do this for me.”
Several weeks ago, one such individual offered to transcribe my audios into Spanish. I agreed, thinking,”Yeah, sure. We’ll see.”
Since then, my in-box has received regular submissions.
To date, 16 of my narrations have been translated into Spanish. And she’s currently working on several more. And so, I wish to thank Grace L. for her contributions.
Grace, you’re a gem and a true patriot.