Trump Tweets: Supporting police, eradicating MS-13

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President Trump sent out two Twitter posts Friday afternoon, making it clear that he is unleashing law enforcement to go after the violent and deadly MS-13 gang in America.

The president is going to Long Island on Friday to meet with law enforcement officials about cracking down on the violent gang, where hundreds were recently arrested.

In his first tweet, the president shared a video clip from a rally, where he condemned the Obama administration for allowing the MS-13 gang to take root in the United States.

Trump said at the rally, “The last, very weak administration allowed thousands and thousands of gang members to cross our borders and enter into our communities where they wreak havoc on our citizens. As you know, the blood-thirsty cartel known as MS-13 has infiltrated our schools, threatening innocent children. We’ve seen the horrible assaults and many killings all over Long Island.”

He noted at the rally that the MS-13 gangs are “equivalent in their meanness to al-Qaeda.”

In sharing the video, President Trump tweeted, “We will always ENFORCE our laws, PROTECT our borders, and SUPPORT our police!”

“My administration will not rest until we have dismantled these violent gangs,” he vowed.

In his next tweet, President Trump said, “Departing for Long Island now. An area under siege from #MS13 gang members. We will not rest until #MS13 is eradicated.”

He included a video of a “Fox & Friends” news broadcast wherein the plan to take down the MS-13 gang was discussed.

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