Post by Rudy Canoza
...than the impotent rage of blindly loyal Trumpswabs over his complete
about-face on the "dreamers".
"*Trump pushes deal on DACA as many supporters erupt in anger*"
"*Trump’s die-hard supporters are fuming after an apparent about-face on
Staunch conservative allies of President Trump have erupted in anger and
incredulity after Democrats late Wednesday announced that the president
had agreed to pursue a legislative deal that would protect thousands of
young undocumented immigrants from deportation but not secure Trump’s
signature campaign promise: building a massive wall along the
Nearing midnight and into Thursday, social media accounts came alive as
elected officials and activists on the right dashed off tweets and posts
to share their shock.
And in between those posts, there was a flurry of fuming calls and text
messages — a blaring political fire alarm among Trump’s die-hard supporters.
“The reality is sinking in that Trump administration is on the precipice
of turning into an establishment presidency,” Sam Nunberg, a former
Trump campaign adviser, said in an interview early Thursday morning.
While the initial wave of fury could change direction as new details
emerge, the torrent represented the first major break of Trump’s devoted
base from the president on a core issue.
Post by Rudy Canoza
President Trump on Thursday defended his negotiations with Democratic
leaders on immigration, as many of his most prominent supporters
denounced the idea of a deal to legalize the status of hundreds of
thousands of young immigrants who are in rthis county illegally.
"We're working on a plan — subject to getting massive border controls.
We're working on a plan for DACA," Trump told reporters on Air Force One
as he prepared to fly to Florida to inspect hurricane recovery efforts.
Talk of a deal, however, sparked angry reactions among many of Trump's
"Amnesty Don ... Trump Caves on DACA," screamed the headline on
Breitbart, the conservative website run by Steve Bannon, Trump's former
Sean Hannity, the Fox commentator and one of Trump's most loyal
supporters, likened the president's negotiations to President George
H.W. Bush's breaking of his "no new taxes" pledge — a decision that led
to a conservative revolt that doomed Bush's presidency.