President Trump firing off tweets, hitting the links on Black Friday

President Trump firing off tweets, hitting the links on Black Friday (WPEC)

Firing off tweets and hitting the inks.

On Friday, President Donald Trump spent over five hours at Trump International Golf Course. In between strokes, Trump found time to tweet out a variety of subjects calling for bipartisan support.

Secret Service agents and Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office deputies equipped with K-9s combed through Trump International Golf Course before the president hit the links for the third straight day.

Other members of the Trump family were seen enjoying their South Florida vacation via social media. Ivanka Trump tweeted out a picture of her son, saying fishing with my favorite angler. Her father also took to Twitter, as the Thanksgiving holiday didn’t stop him from unloading a number of tweets.

On Friday night, he retweeted himself showing a picture of a fence saying, in part, "No climbers anymore under our Administration!" On Thursday, he warned he could shut down the border because of the migrant caravan.

“If we find that it gets to a level where we are going to lose control or people are going to start getting hurt, we will close entry into the country for a period of time until we can get it under control, when they close control of the border on the Mexico side, we just close the border," Trump's tweeted.

From the border to tweets calling for bipartisan support calling on both parties to come together with the major order of a security package and fix the border now. Trump also tweeted that he’s calling on support to pass a criminal justice reform bill that’s stalled in the Senate.

He went on to say it would be a major victory for all.

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