President Donald Trump made a Thanksgiving Day phone call to members of the military Thursday but the call went South.
As is presidential tradition, Trump took time out of his Thanksgiving celebrations to speak with troops stationed around the world.
Trump’s comments came after a defeat by the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals earlier this week when a judge temporarily struck down a ban on migrants who crossed the border illegally seeking asylum.
“We’re doing very well on the southern border,” Trump told troops over the phone Thursday while the cameras rolled. “We’re very tough. We get a lot of bad court decisions from the 9th Circuit, which has become a big thorn in our side. We always lose and then you lose again and again and then you hopefully win in the Supreme Court, which we’ve done.”
He continued: “It’s a terrible thing when judges take over your protective services, when they tell you how to protect your border. It’s a disgrace.
Trump added of the migrants that “in many cases they’re not good people, they’re bad people. We’re not letting in anybody essentially.”
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