Charlie Hurt: Trump’s Wall Like Rubbing the Dog’s Nose in the Carpet After They Go to the Bathroom for Dems

‘That word was very important to him throughout the campaign’

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HURT: "That’s always the response from Washington any time somebody proposes actually sealing the border along the southern border. Their immediate reaction is, 'Oh, no, you don’t really mean that. You can’t possibly mean that you actually want to stop illegal immigration across the border.' And I think that’s why Donald Trump has always doubled down and said, 'No, I’m talking about a wall.' That word was very important to him throughout the campaign, the wall, the wall, the wall. It was like — it's kind of like rubbing a dog’s nose in the carpet after they go to the bathroom. Congress wants to give amnesty and everything with immigration. They don’t want to fix the problem."

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