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Trump Counterpunches Critics on Immigration 'Obstruction'

Trump Counterpunches Critics on Immigration 'Obstruction'
President Donald Trump (Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)

By    |   Sunday, 28 January 2018 09:18 AM

Decrying Democrats' "obstruction," President Donald Trump continued his Twitter counterpunching by reminding people of his bipartisan attempts for overdue immigration reform, and trumpeting the booming bull markets. 

His first pair of tweets came late Saturday night, as he categorized his proposed DACA fix as "wonderful" because Republicans seek a fix and Democrats are "using" DACA as a political weapon.

He then, 10 minutes later, added rips against Democratic obstructionists, tweeting a rebuke of their apparent disinterest in funding border security or the military.

His messages Sunday morning were directed toward the economy and critiques of his lack of follow through on an oft-repeated campaign promise to help the black community get employed, highlighting the "lowest [unemployment] rate ever recorded" in that demographic.

President Trump also reminded his 47.2 million Twitter followers the "economy is better than it has been in many decades," manufacturing is coming back to America, and overall unemployment is "nearing record lows."

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Decrying Democrats' "obstruction," President Donald Trump continued his Twitter counterpunching by reminding people of his bipartisan attempts for overdue immigration reform, and trumpeting the booming bull markets. His first pair of tweets came late Saturday night, as...
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