Brennan Attacks Trump Over His Sanctuary City Idea, James Woods Fires Back: ‘Delusional Communist’

On Friday, President Trump presented the idea that if Democrats aren’t willing to help change immigration laws, he may have to explore the route of funneling ‘illegals’ to America’s sanctuary cities.

Former CIA Director John Brennan was apparently disgusted with President Trump’s bold idea as he fired off a response directed right at Trump.

Trump’s initial tweet that got under Brennan’s skin read, “Due to the fact that Democrats are unwilling to change our very dangerous immigration laws, we are indeed, as reported, giving strong considerations to placing Illegal Immigrants in Sanctuary Cities only.”

Trump added, “The Radical Left always seems to have an Open Borders, Open Arms policy – so this should make them very happy!”

Related Article: Pelosi Reacts After Trump Proposes Sending Undoc’d Migrants To Sanctuary Cities: ‘Unworthy Of The Presidency & Disrespectful’

Brennan replied to Trump’s tweet by stating, “Your unfitness for office has never been more stark, your lack of humanity never more apparent, your politics never more craven, & your ultimate political ignominy never more certain.” See Below

Conservative actor James Woods came across Brennan’s response to Trump. He couldn’t help to fire back at the former CIA Director, who always shows much disdain for the President.

Woods said, “This delusional communist at one time wielded unimaginable power in the bowels of government. It is you, , and your nefarious ilk the Founding Fathers feared the most.”

He polished Brennan off when adding, “You are the very embodiment of the ‘enemy within.'”

James Woods Replies To John Brennan

Brennan recently admitted that he may have received “bad information” after the Mueller Report indicated there was no collusion with Russia. He, along with James Clapper, also criticized Attorney General Barr for stating his belief that the Trump campaign was spied on.

In ending, here is video of Trey Gowdy shutting down Clapper and Brennan’s criticism of AG Barr.