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James Woods on Trump’s Failure to Build Border Wall: ‘#Worthless #TalkIsCheap’

By Michael Morris | January 22, 2018 | 10:15am EST
Actor James Woods (Screenshot)

Actor James Woods came down hard on President Trump on Twitter for his failure to build the promised border wall on the southern border, saying, “#Worthless #TalkIsCheap” in a tweet early Monday morning.

“Sadly Trump’s line in the sand on illegal immigration is about as effective as all of Obama’s lines were for eight years,” James Woods said on Twitter. “#Worthless #TalkIsCheap

Woods’ remarks come a year after President Trump was sworn into office. The president had committed to the American people to “build a wall along the United States-Mexico border to stop illegal immigration and the flow of drugs into the country,” noted Breitbart. “A year later, Trump is still promising to build the border wall.”

Responding to his followers and his own Tweet, Woods suggested that his “followers disagree” with his criticism of President Trump’s unfulfilled promise to build the wall.

“So far all my followers disagree with me on the border wall,” James Woods tweeted. “You all have an unwavering devotion to the President and firmly believe the wall will be built. That devotion is very moving. Who am I to doubt such faith? I only pray you are right.”

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