TOUGH SPOT? President Trump-appointee Trevor McFadden has a decision to make, and it might not come easy. As a newly installed U.S. District judge in D.C., he now is charged with determining whether the House has the power to sue the president because of his decision to redirect billions in federal dollars to build a wall on the U.S.-Mexico border. As Ellis Kim reports, McFadden in court on Thursday appeared to struggle with a lack of precedent on the issue. Before his nomination, he was a deputy assistant Attorney General in the DOJ’s criminal division. His decision on the border wall is pending.

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