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The ACLU Just Said What We're All Thinking About Trump's Call to End Due Process for Migrants at the Border

President Donald J. Trump in the Roosevelt Room of the White House on Thursday, June 21, 2018 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Jabin Botsford/The Washington Post via Getty Images)

After exploiting families of murder victims to create a false narrative that ignored actual crime statistics and was quickly debunked, President Donald Trump took to Twitter to propose another means of dealing with immigration: eliminate due process under the law.

Unfortunately for him, Trump's latest proposal met with the same success as his angel family show and autograph session.

The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) was quick to notify the president that the Constitution, which he swore on a Bible to uphold and defend, remained in full effect.

Others were equally happy to let Trump know what they thought of his proposal.

There were a few supporters of Trump's proposal, but they were quickly educated on the Constitution as well.

Some even pointed out the president's own past tweets demanding something that he received, law and order when it comes to his own legal woes.

Undeterred by facts or the Constitution, Trump pointed out the expense his new zero tolerance policy is creating. The president of the United States again publicly proposed the elimination of the rule of law instead of restoring the asylum definition and asylum process and prosecutorial discretion that his zero tolerance policy eliminated.

He also made certain to get in another plea for his ineffective and unpopular border wall proposal.

But once again, the Twittersphere was there to provide some facts while some simply marveled at the absurdity of a president repeatedly proposing violating the Constitution while ignoring citizen response to a poorly devised, massive expense like his border wall.