& # 39; Terrorists are doing well but not refugees & # 39 ;: Meghan McCain is tearing President Trump to close the border with the Doric victims of hurricane, but inviting the Taliban to Camp David just before 9 / 11
- The women of The View turned to President Trump after the news that he had planned a secret meeting with Taliban members at Camp David
- & # 39; The juxtaposition of hypothetical inviting … any terrorist … I thought it was a joke & # 39 ;, McCain said
- At the same time, he has closed borders for refugees from the Bahamas seeking refuge after Hurricane Dorian
- Trump canceled the Taliban meeting, which was scheduled three days before the 9/11 anniversary
- & # 39; Terrorists are doing well. You are not okay with refugees from a hurricane, & McCain said
Meghan McCain and the ladies of The View turned to President Donald Trump on Tuesday for his decision to close the border for victims of a natural disaster, while the welcome mat was almost rolled out for members of the group responsible for the 9/11 attacks .
& # 39; The juxtaposition of hypothetical inviting … any terrorist … I thought it was a joke & # 39 ;, said McCain.
& # 39; The idea of doing it so close to 9/11 and then saying that these (hurricane victims) are gang members should be horrible. & # 39;
She added: & # 39; You are fine with terrorists. You are not well with refugees from a hurricane. & # 39;
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Purview: The View women turned to President Trump after the news that he had planned a secret meeting with Taliban members at Camp David
Critic: & # 39; The juxtaposition of hypothetical inviting … any terrorist … I thought it was a joke & # 39 ;, said McCain (above)
President Trump tweeted Saturday that he had canceled a secret weekend meeting at Camp David with Taliban representatives and leaders from Afghanistan.
He said he changed his mind after a Taliban car bomb attack in Kabul on Thursday killed 12 people, including an American service member.
On Monday, he stated that US peace talks with the Taliban & # 39; death & # 39; goods.
& # 39; This seems to be his – he goes there every time there is a natural disaster or when there is a problem with refugees or people trying to flee their country, & # 39; McCain said earlier in the show.
& # 39; This place has always been a beacon on the hill, but true – as the leader of this country, this is the moment when you speak to them to say, "we are here for you." Not, "you're not welcome."
Joy Behar, never stopping anyone when it comes to President Trump, got the ball rolling at the top of the show.
& # 39; You know, this is a man who has the Taliban, he's going to have a big meeting with the Taliban. He loves Kim Jong-un and Putin, and yet these people fleeing a hurricane are suddenly criminals & # 39 ;, Behar said.
& # 39; He is so despicable. He straightens my head. My hair. I can not stand him. & # 39;
Sunny Hostin then pointed out that President Trump had once been the most vocal travel ambassador of the Bahamas.
& # 39; What was also fascinating was that he had no problem with the Bahamas when he organized the 2009 Miss Universe procession in the Bahamas and he tweeted about it and wanted everyone not to go to the Bahamas alone. Bahamas & # 39; s would go, but would also view it live, & # 39; said in the show
& # 39; Again, the hypocrisy. & # 39;
Anger: & # 39; You are fine with terrorists. You're not okay with refugees from a hurricane, & # 39; said McCain (a body is being taken away in the Bahamas & # 39; s)
A month after 9/11, the US went to war against the ruling Taliban in Afghanistan to house Al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden, the man who devised the attacks that killed nearly 3,000 people at the World Trade Center, the Pentagon and a field in Pennsylvania.
More than 2,400 Americans died in the nearly 18-year war that followed that event.
There are still around 20,000 US and allied forces in Afghanistan, and the Taliban control or control nearly half of the country.
Meanwhile, Dorian & # 39; s raid through the Bahamas & last week are responsible for at least 50 deaths, largely on Great Abaco Island, which was hit hardest by the storm.
That number is expected to rise higher as more bodies are pulled out of the rubble of a demolished neighborhood in Marsh Harbor.
Dorian has ravaged the Bahamas with 200 miles per hour wind, making it one of the strongest Caribbean hurricanes on record.
The storm is already the worst disaster in Bahamian history.
While aid was slowly getting underway, causing frustration for the locals, several Bahamians said they might be trying to emigrate to the United States instead of encountering an uncertain reconstruction at home.
That hope was soon overturned by President Trump, who closed the frontier for many while citing a potential threat from members of that country trying to enter the US.
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