Many spoke to the 45th President’s supporters.
.#Trump’sters: he thinks ur SO stupid that u won’t remember he’s been telling u nonstop that #Obama & Dems r weak on border security & want open borders. Now he’s tweeting Obama videos which show him TOUGH?! He…is…lying…to…you…constantly. VOTE DEMOCRAT & put a check on him
— Andy Ostroy (@AndyOstroy) October 24, 2018
And Obama agrees with what he said as do Dems. So are we all on the same page now? Or are you going to keep trying to convince people Dems want open borders when you just proved they don’t?
— Bruyère 🌊🎃 (@britneychienne) October 24, 2018
You said we want open borders. Which is it?
— Debra Duke (@DebraDuGemini59) October 24, 2018
All Americans-no matter their Party-believe in Immigration Policies.
— LinP (@BellaSmrtThnkr) October 24, 2018
Some reiterated the full context of Obama’s 2005 statement.
We need immigration laws that are fair and established
— Cyndieaa:KavaNOPE (@Cyndieaa) October 24, 2018
And so do Democrats, Independents and Republicans in all states. Virtually nobody supports illegal immigration. Where you run into trouble is pushing to waste money on expensive wall that works no better than existing barriers and technology where they exist.
— MyPartOfReality (@MyPartOfReality) October 24, 2018
The difference is Obama protected our boarders using common sense & fairness. Trump is using our boarders as a political tool. The facts are trump hates people of color & only tolerates them for political reasons. He will show his true colors when there is no elections pending.
— Dan. (@Daniell___1947) October 24, 2018
I agree. So what is your problem? It is legal to request asylum. It is legal to present yourself at the border. And finally, why do you care about people at the southern Mexican border? So physician, heal thyself.
— skilleahy (@skilleahy) October 24, 2018
Some saw an entirely different solution being presented by Trump for immigration reform.
Glad to hear it! Maybe you should resign and let Obama be POTUS again.
— J. Dice 🎲 (@jdice03) October 24, 2018
By Wednesday morning, Trump returned to Twitter to post unsubstantiated claims about Europe and nationalist rhetoric.