It’s time to clean out the State Department. A dissent memo is circulating around Foggy Bottom over President Donald Trump’s refugee policy. Thankfully, the administration told them to pound sand.
'The president has a very clear vision. He's been clear on it since the campaign. He's been clear on it since taking office, that he's going to put the safety of this country first,' Spicer said during his briefing. 'He's going to implement things that are in the best interest of protecting this country prospectively, not reactively.'
He brought up polling showing that more Americans agree with the travel ban, that prohibits Syrians from coming the country indefinitely, than not and proclaimed that 'the American people support what the president is doing.'
They are 'pleased that this president is taking the steps necessary to protect this country,' he said.
'If somebody has a problem with that agenda, then they should ques – then that does call into question whether or not they should continue in that post or not,' he said of State Department employees protesting the travel restrictions.
It’s about time Washington D. C. put Americans first. The safety and wellbeing of our citizens is paramount. No foreigner or refugee has a right to come to this country.