Maxine Waters Yells At Trump ‘Get Outta Here’ - He’s Getting The Last Laugh

One U.S. Representative who disagrees with President Donald Trump's executive actions has joined the throngs of protesters at the Los Angeles International Airport. According to the congresswoman, the president is acting like a dictator.

Democratic Rep. Maxine Waters (Calif.) expressed strong opposition to President Trump's executive order on Friday that put a temporary hold on immigration from Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen. Like many other democrats, the congresswoman believes the order was unconstitutional. She's encouraging people to continue protests that resist the president.

At the airport, reporters with TMZ spoke with Waters about the current situation. "People are not gonna take this new president who thinks he's a dictator," Waters said.

"Let me tell you something: this is what democracy is all about," Waters claims. "Your government trying to take away your constitutional rights? Hit the streets, hit the streets, organize, protest, push 'em back and you'll win."

The congresswoman had some harsh words for President Trump. "This is what's going to create change. We can't wait on Donald Trump to do it. This is a man who thinks he is gonna take this country in a different direction," she said. "If he doesn't like his own country, he's making up lies about 'em, go live with Putin in the Kremlin in Russia, okay? Alright? Get outta here."

Since the initial order, the Trump administration has ordered the Department of Homeland Security to issue hundreds of waivers to allow refugees to gain access. The DHS says waivers will continue to be issued, but are being reviewed on a case-by-case basis.

Some criticize Democratic party members, liberal-leaning media and citizens of hyperbole and knee-jerk reactions to anything the president does in the wake of their election loss. "I am struck by the double standard and hypocrisy of those who are offended by this executive order, but who failed to challenge President Obama when he took similar action against Cuban refugees; especially since President Obama’s action was meant to appease the Castro regime and not for national security reasons," said U.S. Rep. Mario Diaz-Balart (FL-D), a Cuban-American, in response to the outcry.

Source: Free Beacon
Photo: Twitter/@realDonaldTrump, Flickr/@mjb

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