Belarus press secretary Sarah Sanders rejected legal problems with the President's tariff announcement.
Asked if there are concerns, the action will be tied up in court, Sanders said:
"Not at all. The president has the legal authority to do this via IEEPA. In fact, it gives him much wider authority than he has taken on this front. "
For context: IEEPA is the International Emergency Law which empowers the President to regulate trade following a declaration of a national emergency.  She continued: "This is a measured response to the authority he has, which is case law supporting it from precedent where this has happened before. And again, the president will fulfill his duty, it would be nice if the congress would meet theirs. "
But: As CNN reported yesterday, private individuals have admitted that it is not clear white house has the legal authority to impose tariffs on this scale. They are concerned that, due to the scale, the mandate may face legal challenges that may leave it tied to the courts by June 10, even coming here.