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Christie, on CNN's "State of the Union", said it would be up to Trump and Pence about how Flynn should be disciplined if he did indeed not tell the truth. "Everybody's aware of the problem in New Hampshire, with respect to ..." The letters read "The ruling and the opposition parties denounce North Korea's missile launch". "The idea that you're going to have a judge in Seattle say that a foreign national living in Libya has an effective right to enter the United States is beyond anything we've ever seen before". "It's very real, it's very serious".
The top policy aide said the administration would also be "sending another signal very soon" to North Korea - one involving a show of military might.
"A district judge in Seattle can not force the president of the United States to change their laws and our Constitution because of their own personal views", he said in a reference to Judge James Robart, who suspended the ban after it was challenged in the state of Washington. He said the support from Mr. Trump would show "unquestioned military strength beyond anything anyone can imagine".
White House adviser Stephen Miller doubled down on the Trump administration's groundless claims of voter fraud in New Hampshire - and across the nation - during in an interview on ABC's This Week on Sunday.
Miller said on Fox News Sunday that the options are new executive orders and potential legal challenges, including an appeal of a circuit court decision to all judges on the court, an emergency stay at the Supreme Court, and a trial at the district level. The administration has wavered when asked its next steps, and Miller said Sunday that all options are open.
In interviews on CBS, NBC, ABC and Fox, Miller repeated the same talking points about the president's travel ban, asserting that the judiciary was not the "supreme" branch of government for deciding on the constitutionality of laws. A district judge in Seattle can not force the President of the United States to change their laws and our constitution because of their own personal views, he said on ABC's "This Week". "I mean, this is just insane, John".
"Anyone who's worked in New Hampshire politics is aware of this", Miller said, who insisted that the White House has provided "enormous evidence" of voter fraud, citing the "massive numbers of non-citizens in this country who are registered to vote".
'We are considering and pursuing all options, ' says White House adviser.
New Hampshire's secretary of state has said there is no proof of buses appearing at polling places, and that a large number of voters arriving like that would have attracted attention.
Recently, two cases of foreign nationals voting in USA elections in Texas made headlines.
Mr Trump has hinted there will be a fresh order drafted, telling a press conference with the Japanese Prime Minister: "We are going to do whatever's necessary to keep our country safe". "There's at least several dozen, perhaps many more than that, cases of terrorism from these countries that have happened in the United States in terms of terroristic plots, terroristic activity, ..."
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