Trump blasts Schumer with FOUR words when he…

While the media was largely in meltdown mode over President Donald Trump’s recent executive orders implementing, among other things, a temporary travel ban from seven nations, and an indefinite ban on Syrian refugee resettlement, New York Sen. Chuck Schumer  channeled his “inner Boehner,” crying, as he bemoaned the executive order as “mean spirited.”

It was entertaining political theater, for sure. It’s hard to believe that a three month travel ban on seven nations (six that wouldn’t even allow Schumer into their countries because he’s Jewish) is what brings tears to the man’s eyes. Did he shed a tear in public after 9/11, the San Bernardino attacks, Boston Marathon bombing, and countless others?


Some may have laughed so hard at Schumer’s comments that they themselves were crying — and the overall reaction to his comments has been one of mockery, including, of course President Donald Trump himself.

As Breitbart reported:

President Donald Trump answered critics of his immigration restrictions from seven high-risk countries in the Middle East, sending a message out on Twitter. “Only 109 people out of 325,000 were detained and held for questioning,” he wrote. “Big problems at airports were caused by Delta computer outage, protesters and the tears of Senator Schumer.”

Senate Minority 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. Speaking to reporters in the Oval Office on Monday, he dismissed Schumer’s tears as “fake.” “I noticed that Chuck Schumer yesterday with fake tears, I’m going to ask him who is his acting coach, because I know him very well. I don’t see him as a crier,” Trump said. “If he is, he’s different man. There’s about a 5 percent chance that it was real but I think they were fake tears.”

He then took to Twitter to blast Schumer:

One can only assume the “bad dudes” out there are different than the aforementioned “bad hombres.”

[Note: This post was authored by Matt Palumbo. Follow him on Twitter @MattPalumbo12]

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