TRUMP TWEET: Democrats are obstructionists when protecting US borders


President Donald. J. Trump launched a series of tweets on Friday about the need to protect the United States of America from radical jihadists and pointed blame at Democrats for being obstructionists when it comes to national security.

In his first tweet, which DML News reported earlier this morning, President Trump wrote the following: “Homeland Security and law enforcement are on alert & closely watching for any sign of trouble. Our borders are far tougher than ever before!”

Approximately 30 minutes after his first tweet, the president launched another tweet concerning the topic of national security. He wrote: “The Obstructionist Democrats make Security for our country very difficult. They use the courts and associated delay at all times. Must stop!”

Minutes later, the president launched a third tweet. The third tweet reads: “Radical Islamic Terrorism must be stopped by whatever means necessary! The courts must give us back our protective rights. Have to be tough!”

The president’s tweets come on the heels of a horrible terror attack in Spain, where an Islamic terrorist drove a van into a crowded street. Although authorities have identified the 18-year old driver, he remains on the run somewhere in Spain. The attack, for which ISIS has taken credit, resulted in 14 people being killed and over 100 people being injured.

A second terror attack was stopped by Spain’s police overnight and five terror suspects were killed in a shootout.

It is being widely reported that the CIA warned authorities in Spain that Barcelona was a possible target for terrorists months ago.

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