Trump Tweets: Back on focus – America First!

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Friday, the media was focused entirely on the fallout from President Trump’s remarks – or alleged remarks – during an Oval Office meeting on Thursday in which a group of senators presented him with a left-leaning proposal on DACA and immigration reform, which he rejected.

The remarks President Trump uttered were reportedly laced with profanity that had to be bleeped out on most news reports, but it was still the primary focus of the news.

Saturday morning, President Trump shot out three Twitter posts, in a reminder of what the media should have been focusing on Friday. He implied that Democrats are missing out on the opportunity to fix DACA by not also including his priorities in their immigration reform proposal, and repeated his long-time insistence that AMERICA must come FIRST.

Trump tweeted the following:

“Yesterday was a big day for the stock market. Jobs are coming back to America. Chrysler is coming back to the USA, from Mexico and many others will follow. Tax cut money to workers is pouring into our economy with many more companies announcing. American business is hot again!

“The Democrats are all talk and no action. They are doing nothing to fix DACA. Great opportunity missed. Too bad!

“AMERICA FIRST!”

 

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