President Donald Trump on Wednesday cited the terror assault in Strasbourg, France, as a cause for constructing a wall alongside the U.S. border.
“One other very dangerous terror assault in France. We’re going to strengthen our borders much more,” the president pledged on Twitter, the day after a gunman opened fireplace at a crowded road market, killing three and injuring 13.
Trump went on to induce Home Minority Chief Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) and Senate Minority Chief Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) to again his trigger. His tweet got here at some point after he publicly sparred with the 2 Democratic leaders over the wall and its funding throughout a White Home assembly.
Trump over the weekend was urged by France’s authorities to remain in another country’s affairs after he shared his unsolicited opinion on Twitter of how the nation ought to reply to demonstrations over taxes.
France’s International Minister, Jean-Yves Le Drian, responded by asking Trump to give up meddling in different international locations’ affairs.
“We don’t take home American politics under consideration and we wish that to be reciprocated,” Le Drain informed LCI, a French tv channel. “I say this to Donald Trump and the French president says it too: go away our nation be.”
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