OBAMA ISSUES STATEMENT ABOUT TRUMP’S TRAVEL BAN, IT INSTANTLY BACKFIRES IN MASSIVE WAY
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Sub for more: http://nnn.is/the_new_media | Charles Campbell for Western Journalism reports, MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough criticized Barack Obama’s “self-righteous” attitude Tuesday over a statement the former president released which condemned Donald Trump’s temporary immigration ban. “I’m not toggling both sides, I’m not playing the other side. This is just rank hypocrisy on Barack Obama’s part for being such a huge part in the Syrian refugee crisis,” Scarborough said Tuesday on Morning Joe. “Shutting Syrians out for years and now acting shocked and stunned and deeply saddened that Donald Trump would basically in effect do the same thing.”
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