Twice-failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton weighed-in this week on President Trump’s declaration of a “national emergency” at the US-Mexico border; saying the White House should focus on “real” emergencies such as climate change and “child separation.”
“The real national emergencies: Relentless gun violence. Children separated from their families at the border. Climate change. Americans dying for lack of health care,” tweeted the former Secretary of State.
The real national emergencies:
– Relentless gun violence.
– Children separated from their families at the border.
– Climate change.
– Americans dying for lack of health care.
— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) February 18, 2019
Clinton’s comments come just days after President Trump declared the national emergency along the US southern border; utilizing funds from multiple agencies to build his long-promised border wall.