As protests against his zero-tolerance immigration policy, which separates children from their parents, take place across the country and around the world, President Donald Trump decided to head 220 miles away from the White House to his golf course in New Jersey, reports USA Today. So while he stays at the private resort in Bedminster, New Jersey, attending no public events and therefore not interacting with the press, those who wished to let him know what they think of his policies decided to bring the protest to him.
"More than 100 people lined up along the side of Route 206 a few miles away from the president's club in Bedminster, waving anti-Trump signs and chanting, 'Where are the children!' on Saturday during the 'Families Belong Together' protest near his club," according to USA Today. Even if he wasn't out there seeing it with his own eyes, President Trump was obviously well aware of what was going on outside those gates because he pushed back in his favorite way -- via Twitter. He fired off several tweets about immigration and what Republicans are trying to do about throughout the day.
"When people come into our Country illegally, we must IMMEDIATELY escort them back out without going through years of legal maneuvering. Our laws are the dumbest anywhere in the world. Republicans want Strong Borders and no Crime. Dems want Open Borders and are weak on Crime!"