President Trump's plan to divert military building funds to finance a border wall is an unusual use of emergency forces. Just once in the last four decades, an emergency declaration has authorized military action: in 2001, after September 11, terrorist attacks. (Some statements were later modified to include calls for military action.)
Presidents typically use emergency powers to impose foreign individuals, groups or nations that threaten national security, even though they have been used in the context of public health crises. and regulating exports.
Since the National Emergency Law was adopted in 1