President Trump is trying to put his policies into action, but lower court liberal activist judges are stopping him.
There have been more than three dozen injunctions put on initiatives like ending the DACA program. Attorney General William Barr isn't happy with that.
"These nationwide injunctions have frustrated presidential policy for most of the President’s term with no clear end in sight," Barr said in a speech Tuesday. "One judge can, in effect, cancel the policy with the stroke of the pen."
Legal analyst Joe diGenova told Fox there's no point to executive orders because judges play politics.
“There really are Democratic and Republican judges, and they are showing it,” diGenova stated.
The administration hopes to take this to the Supreme Court. KTRH legal analyst Chris Tritico says it could get there.
“It could go because the Trump Administration has the right to appeal,” Tritico said, adding that if it goes there, the law should trump politics.
“If the Supreme Court does its job it should just rule on the legality of the issue.”