Mexico Tariffs Hinge on Unusual Interpretation of Emergency Powers

From the Great Depression to 9/11, the emergency powers statute invoked by administration in its latest tariff threat against Mexico has a broad history—just not in immigration policy.

President Trump before departing the White House on Sunday
AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin

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