In articles published by the Wall Street Journal and CNN, White House Chief of Staff John Kelly and national security adviser John Bolton allegedly got into a profanity-laced brawl outside the Oval Office yesterday. Sources said West Wing staff was startled by the confrontation.
Apparently yesterday, President Trump sided with Bolton’s view of the issue that America needed to thwart the incursion.
President Trump tweeted that he was ready to call out the military and even close the border against the “onslaught,” which, given the fact that nearly 100 ISIS members have recently been arrested in Guatemala, seems an appropriate response to most Americans.
“That, I have not heard about,” the president stated.
The President is taking a hard stance against the invasion. “I must, in the strongest of terms, ask Mexico to stop this onslaught – and if unable to do so I will call up the U.S. Military and CLOSE OUR SOUTHERN BORDER!” the president wrote yesterday morning.
Citing the danger of the migrant caravan, Judicial Watch reported, “Earlier this year Judicial Watch exposed a secret program—started by Obama and continued by Trump— that quietly relocates illegal immigrants to different parts of the country on commercial flights. Years earlier Judicial Watch uncovered a similar DHS initiative that transported illegal immigrants from the Mexican border to Phoenix and released them without proper processing.”
Such danger of ISIS and other criminal elements included in the caravan makes Trump’s stance a good thing, most Americans agree.
And, most people also recognize that having two strong wills battling to advise the President can only benefit the country, because it banishes the groupthinking that could insulate him.