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President Trump on Tuesday confirmed he’s working on the Supreme Court pick and also took a swing at Democrats over immigration.

I interviewed 4 very impressive people yesterday. On Monday I will be announcing my decision for Justice of the United States Supreme Court!...

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump)
July 3, 2018[1] The president’s opportunity to nominate yet another judge to the Supreme Court has riled Democrats, who he criticized in the tweetstorm. Mr. Trump accused Democrats of being weak on the borders, as some join the abolish ICE movement. He praised U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement as “tougher and smarter” than MS-13. How can the Democrats, who are weak on the Border and weak on Crime, do well in November. The people of our Country want and demand Safety and Security, while the Democrats are more interested in ripping apart and demeaning (and not properly funding) our great Law Enforcement! — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) July 3, 2018[2] When we have an “infestation” of MS-13 GANGS in certain parts of our country, who do we send to get them out? ICE! They are tougher and smarter than these rough criminal elelments that bad immigration laws allow into our country. Dems do not appreciate the great job they do! Nov. — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) July 3, 2018[3] As a party, Democrats are taking sides on the controversial call to end ICE. Sens. Elizabeth Warren and Kirsten Gillibrand both have advocated for finding a more humane system of enforcement. Others, like Sens. Richard Blumenthal and Tammy Duckworth, argue that Mr. Trump’s policies need to be the focus.The president also criticized Democrats for their split over the issue, warning that it will drive voters to the Republicans.Many Democrats are deeply concerned about the fact that their “leadership” wants to denounce and abandon the great men and women of ICE, thereby declaring war on Law & Order. These people will be voting for Republicans in November and, in many cases, joining the Republican Party! — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) July 3, 2018[4] The Washington Times Comment Policy The Washington Times welcomes your comments on, our third-party provider. Please read our Comment Policy[5] before commenting.References^ July 3, 2018 (^ July 3, 2018 (^ July 3, 2018 (^ July 3, 2018 (^ Comment Policy (

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