'Why Are We Doing This?': Trump On Obama's Crazy Refugee Deal With AustraliaChris Menahan
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During a meeting with Harley-Davison executives and other union leaders Thursday, President Donald Trump questioned why Obama agreed to accept over 1,000 "illegal immigrants" Australia rejected.
Details of a call between President Trump and Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull which made Trump look awesome were leaked to the press yesterday.
"I love Australia as a country but we had a problem," Trump said, vaguely referencing the call. "For whatever reason, President Obama said we'd take probably well over 1,000 illegal immigrants who were in prisons and take them into this country and I just said why?"
"Why are we doing this?" Trump asked. "What's the purpose? We'll see what happens. Previous administration does something, you have to respect that, but you can also say: why are we doing this?"
"That's why we're in the jams that we're in," Trump said.
The answer to "why" is because the Democrats have been waging demographic warfare for the last 30 years seeking displace and disenfranchise real Americans to keep them from having any influence over the government and nation their forefathers conquered and built for them.
Fortunately, their plan is now falling apart thanks to the election of dark-horse Donald Trump.
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