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Thursday July 18th, 2019 2:16PM

LISTEN: Navigating the legal minefield of Trump's wall declaration

By Bill & Joel

Senior Congressional reporter Michael Macagnone joins the show to talk about the upcoming legal and Congressional implications of President Trump's border wall-focused emergency declaration.

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