Before Leaving To Border, Trump Slams Resisters: ‘I Find China Far More Honorable Than Cryin’ Chuck & Nancy’

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As President Trump is headed to the southern border in Texas, he spoke with the press where he took a few questions and pushed back against obstructionist Democrats.

The President is committed to secure the border and keep American safe. (Video Below)

After a meeting that didn’t go anywhere Wednesday with top congressional Democrats, President Trump walked out and said it was  “a total waste of time.”

Senate Minority Chuck Schumer (D-NY) said during a press conference after the meeting that President Trump “slammed the table” and walked out. Republicans who were in the meeting, pushed back and denied Schumer’s claim.

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Further, President Trump tweeted Thursday morning denying Schumer’s accusation as well. (Video Below)

The Commander in Chief wrote, “Cryin Chuck told his favorite lie when he used his standard sound bite that I “slammed the table & walked out of the room. He had a temper tantrum.” Because I knew he would say that, and after Nancy said no to proper Border Security, I politely said bye-bye and left, no slamming!”

He also told reporters while leaving for the border that job numbers are up and the economy is doing great. He added that negotiations with China is a “tremendous success.”

While speaking on the subject of China, President Trump announced, “I find China in many ways, frankly, far more honorable than Cryin’ Chuck and Nancy! I really do.” (Video Below)

He added, “I think China is actually much easier to deal with than the opposition party.

President Trump’s Official Tweet and Video Below: