A spokesperson for the Justice Department added to BuzzFeed: "We will continue to defend the President's and Secretary of Defense's lawful authority in district court".
If you've been close to a screen today, chances are you've heard of President Trump's plans for a gallant military parade along Pennsylvania Avenue. "A military parade like this - one that is unduly focused on a single person - is what authoritarian regimes do, not democracies", Smith said. "If you're anxious a tank won't fit on Pennsylvania Avenue, don't worry".
In the past, the U.S. military has only put on large-scale parades to celebrate a victory.
Most recently, in 1991 more than 8,000 troops marched down Washington D.C.'s Constitution Avenue in a victory parade celebrating the end of the Persian Gulf War. It's expected to cost millions. "What in world can be done that would open their eyes to the fact that he (Trump) is masquerading as a patriot for his own purposes which are not the same as those of true patriots?"
According to the Hill, when questioned about what cities are being considered for the parade's location, Defense Department chief spokeswoman Dana White said, "We don't know that it will be in Washington".
He also echoed Meyers' sentiment about Trump's inauguration.
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"The real issue I see with all the angry debate...has nothing to do with the cost of organizing the parade, or how it might affect the perception other nations have about our country".
"Do I find the idea of forcing service members to perform a charade that will cost a lot of time, money, and resources, and ultimately do nothing to make our country stronger or more safe, repulsive?" "I had rallies and attack the free press", he said.
Donald Trump announced on Twitter previous year that all transgender servicepeople would be purged from the United States armed forces, claiming they were a burden on the military.
"But lest we forget, we've been treating them (service members) that way since 2001".
The July 14 military parade has been seen as an opportunity for France's armed forces to present themselves to the French people.
Not all the Republicans are in lockstep behind Trump, either.
"It is clear that a military parade isn't about saluting the military - it is about making a display of the military saluting him", retired Major Gen. Paul Eaton, a former commander in Iraq, said in a statement sent out by progressive veterans group VoteVets. Trump isn't a King either. We don't elect Kings in this country, remember? Robert J. O'Neill, the U.S. Navy SEAL who says he killed Osama bin Laden, called the idea "third world bull****".