The liberal establishment seems to have a selective memory when it comes to Donald Trump's newly unveiled immigration ban.
Last year, congress passed a bipartisan bill that would have limited immigration from terror-compromised countries in the Middle East. The legislation sailed through the House on a 289-137 vote — a total that included 47 Democrats in favor. The bill was stalled only once Obama promised to veto the legislation.
Despite the fact that that legislation and Trump's latest executive action are largely similar, the left have already begun to attack Trump for the move. It seems anything that comes from Trump is unacceptable to Democrats — even if it was something they supported less than a year ago.
But the harshest condemnation might have come from Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer. See what he had to say about Trump's plan on the next page: