Bring it on, Canada
“I am a daughter of an immigrant.”
“They have broken a law only as deemed so by the president.”
On second thought?
Stemming the tide, one way or another
“I think everyone ought to be on record about where they stand on that issue.”
South of the border
Nice fence ya got there…
“The president was enormously ill served by the Department of Justice.”
Message: They care.
“The photos…were from 2014…but were presented by liberal activists as if they showed the effects of Trump’s immigration policy now.”
“It breaks your heart to waste one ounce of energy on anything other than just addressing the problem.”
“It is on the President to clean it up and fire the people responsible for making it.”
“the president is likely to face an immediate legal challenge from immigration activists”
“Ugh, I’m sorry.”
“We will not apologize for doing our job.”
“Come on, Sarah, you’re a parent!”
Perhaps you never asked?
Which should have been obvious all along
“I’m deeply troubled by Trump’s plan to militarize our border.”
Sure you want to go there, buddy?
“It will be as many as is needed to fill the gaps that we have today.”
“We are going to be guarding our border with our military. That’s a big step.”
Though a few hundred made a run for the border
“Former Trumpers should put the fear of God in him.”
“[S]houldn’t she run in a last-ditch effort to save our nation from the perils she perceives and describes?”
“God forbid you actually took on something that was controversial and paid a political price.”
“This plan flies in the face of what most Americans believe.”
“He called the White House yesterday and said it’s over.”
“The more Kelly plays up that he’s being the adult in the room … that kind of thing drives Trump nuts.”
“Because, you know, a brick for lives? OK. Let’s do it.”