Fox’s Tom Homan says the targets of Trump’s racist tweets “hate this country” and are “un-American”
Homan: “I think the president was exactly right when he made the statement they hate this country, they hate America, and they want to fundamentally change what America is about”
From the July 16 edition of PodcastOne's The Laura Ingraham Show Podcast:
LAURA INGRAHAM (HOST): What do you make of this most recent dust-up with the president, versus the four radicals who are now the -- in my mind -- the heart and soul of the Democrat Party? They're all afraid of them, clearly. What do you -- what do you make of it?
TOM HOMAN: I think the president was exactly right when he made the statement they hate this country, they hate America, and they want to fundamentally change what America is about.
Their opinion of this country, and their opinion of law enforcement officers that put their lives on the line for this day -- for this country every day is appalling.
I've never seen a congressional representative that wants to call men and women that serve this country honorably “Nazis, running concentration camps,” accuse them of human rights violations.
To call the men and women of ICE and CBP anything less than a patriot is truly un-American. They proved they're un-American, so I agree with the president. I think they hate this country.
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