Let’s be honest here. Senator Chuck Schumer, and his ilk, are angry that the Trump administration didn’t give a verbal heads up so that he and the other phony snowflakes could preemptively attack the executive action, and at the same time try to get thousands of refugees in prior to the temporary ban.
Schumer, who finally made it to the top rank of his party in the Senate, is upset that he has no power. If the GOP Senate uses the same exact rules setup by Harry Reid and endorsed by Chuck You Schumer, then Schumer can do nothing but make promises of fighting til the end and accusing Trump of being anti Islam and a racist. It’s all he’s got.
So, my advice to the administration is smile at the Chuck Schumers of the world and continue to do what’s right to Make America Safe Again.
(As reported by: Breitbart News)
President Donald Trump answered critics of his immigration restrictions from seven high-risk countries in the Middle East, sending a message out on Twitter.
Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer teared up during a press conference on Sunday, calling Trump’s executive order “mean spirited and un-American.” On Monday, he stated his intent to ask for a vote in the Senate to repeal Trump’s order.
Trump did not signal any intention of backing down.
“Secretary Kelly said that all is going well with very few problems,” he wrote. “MAKE AMERICA SAFE AGAIN!”
Trump sent his press secretary Sean Spicer and his senior advisor Stephen Miller to respond to the backlash in TV interviews on Monday morning.
“I think anytime you do anything hugely successful, that challenges a failed orthodoxy, you’re going to see protests,” Miller said on CBS News. “In fact, if nobody is disagreeing with what you are doing, then you’re probably not doing anything that really matters in the scheme of things.”
Trump reminded critics that he campaigned on the idea of extreme vetting for people coming into the country, admitting that at some points it would not be nice.
“There is nothing nice about searching for terrorists before they can enter our country. This was a big part of my campaign,” he wrote on Twitter. “Study the world!”