James Woods: ‘This Right Here Is Why Pres. Trump Is Revered by His Followers’

By Craig Bannister | December 20, 2018 | 3:10pm EST
Actor James Woods (Screenshot)

On Thursday, conservative actor James Woods cheered news that President Donald Trump plans to veto a spending bill that would prevent a partial-shutdown of the government because it doesn’t include funding to build a border wall:

“Now you’re talking. Risk a second term to fulfill a campaign promise. This right here is why President Trump is revered by his followers. #BuildTheWall @POTUS"

Woods’ tweet linked to a Fox News article, “Trump refuses to back government funding deal, presses anew for border wall money,” reporting the president will stand strong in his bid for border wall funding:

“President Trump told House Republican leaders Thursday he will not sign a Senate-passed spending package that does not include sought-after border security funds, upending negotiations to avert a government shutdown by the end of the week.”

Earlier in the day, Woods mocked a tweet by the Republican National Committee (RNC) bragging that it is “Making American Manufacturing GREAT AGAIN” – replying, “Cool. Now build the wall”

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