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]>> All that chaos at airports over the weekend, not due to Donald Trump's immigration order, but rather a Delta Airlines computer glitch. So says the Commander In Chief, in a Monday morning tweet blitz. Further defiant in defense of his plan by also blaming protesters and the tears of Senator Chuck Schumer for airport delays.
The New York Senator having choked up Sunday as he called Trump's travel ban quote, mean-spirited and un-American while surrounded by affected families. Trump using the opportunity to sarcastically praise Schumer's acting chops during a Monday meeting with business leaders.>> I noticed Chuck Schumer yesterday with fake tears. I'm gonna ask him who is his acting coach, because I know him very well, I don't see him as a crier.
If he is, he's a different man. There's about a 5% chance that it was real, but I think they were fake tears.>> Trump also boasting that his executive order, which bans all refugees for four months, Syrian refugees indefinitely, and citizens from seven Muslim nations for 90 days, is going well, with very few problems, according to his Homeland Security Secretary.
Adding, there is nothing nice about searching for terrorists before they can enter our country. And that his providing a week's notice for the ban would have allowed the "bad" to rush into our country during that week. Because there are a lot of bad "dudes" out there. None of the jihadist inspired attacks in the US have been carried out by refugees or by individuals from the affected countries.
>> Peace! Peace! Peace!>> The 9/11 hijackers hailed from Saudi Arabia, Egypt, The United Arab Emirates and Lebanon. None of those countries are on Trump's bad last. The chorus of criticism coming not just from airport protestors, but increasingly from Trump's fellow Republicans, a host of world Leaders, and now dozens of American foreign service officers who are considering the rare step of voicing their dissent in a memo to the State Department.
A draft of which is now circulating online.