Stephen Miller: The Judiciary’s ‘Taken Far Too Much Power’ and Become ‘A Supreme Branch of Gov’t’

‘One unelected judge in Seattle cannot remake laws for the entire country’

MILLER: "Well, I think that it’s been an important reminder to all Americans that we have a judiciary that has taken far too much power and become in many case a supreme branch of government. One unelected judge in Seattle cannot remake laws for the entire country. I mean this is just crazy, John, the idea that you have a judge in Seattle say that a foreign national living in Libya has an effective right to enter the United States is — is — is beyond anything we’ve ever seen before. The end result of this, though, is that our opponents, the media and the whole world will soon see as we begin to take further actions, that the powers of the president to protect our country are very substantial and will not be questioned."

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