Ever since Trump became president, he’s been fulfilling his promise to “drain the swamp” and “make America safe again.” For the past week liberals have been losing their minds, standing in defiance against President Trump’s temporary ban on migrants from terror-ridden countries. But when the acting attorney general, Sally Yates, betrayed President Trump by refusing to enforce his legal orders with the migrant ban, Trump immediately showed her who was boss by firing her on the spot. Within several hours a new US attorney general was sworn in, Dana Boente, US attorney for the Eastern District of Virginia. And Boente’s first act as President Trump’s temporary attorney general will leave you cheering.
Shortly after getting rid of Yates who was the twit who was appointed by Barack Obama, a clash at the White House immediately began to ensue. Liberals were furious President Trump firing Yates, since she was supposed to serve until Sen. Jeff Sessions, Trump’s nominee for attorney general, was confirmed. To make liberals even more irate, Attorney General Boente immediately directed the Justice Department to defend President Trump’s stance on the migrant ban, as a dare to any other malcontents in D.C. to daring to refuse to uphold their sworn oath and obey the president.
BREAKING: New acting attorney general directs Justice Department to defend Trump's executive order on immigration and refugees.
— The Associated Press (@AP) January 31, 2017