When the case of DACA came before the Supreme Court the four Liberal Justices and Justice John Robert a President Bush appointed Chief Justice agreed with the notion that a sitting President of the Country can violate the Constitution and get away with it with executive orders how the cancellation of such Executive Order by the next President could be a problem.
In June, the court ruled against the Trump administration’s efforts to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, commonly known as DACA. In 2012, then-President Barack Obama implemented DACA by executive order. It applied to children brought to the United States illegally. It shielded them from deportation, provided them with work authorizations and gave them access to Social Security.
The program was obviously unconstitutional. From 2001 to 2011, more than two dozen bills were introduced in Congress that would have given these illegal aliens legal status. They all failed. In 2011, Obama said that he couldn’t “just bypass Congress and change the (immigration) law myself. … That’s not how a democracy works.” He was right.
In 2012 before the presidential election President Obama in an attempt to win the votes of the Latinos decided in his wisdom or otherwise created DACA program to assist and stop the deportation of Children illegally brought to the United States of America, those children were mostly from Mexico and Latino speaking countries, with a population likely to change the White control of the states in the south with the history of Alamo war on how Texas became part of America.
Obviously President Obama was not thinking of the Alamo war or the effect of his action on the past history between the Latino and White Americans, his action would in future give almost one million additional population to the Latinos against the shrinking Whites with population control.
The problem is this simple can a former President force his successor to follow his own illegal action? The Supreme Court has now given President Trump the part way to go about it, he can introduce restrictions on DACA and other executive orders of President Obama and such may be the next step in the months to come or years if he wins the re-election in November.
Justice John Roberts now follows the polls in most of his Supreme Court votes than Conservative ideas on which he was appointed by a Republican President Bush