President Trump recently had ICE expel an actual former Nazi prison guard from the United States. The man had been living in New York. This week, Holocaust survivors thanked Trump for doing it.
Watch: Holocaust Survivors Thank President Trump
This week President Trump deported a former Nazi prison guard who had been living in New York for years. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents removed 95-year-old Jakiw Palij by wheelchair from his home in Queens, New York on Monday and sent him back to Germany.
“We had a Nazi living in Queens up until about 36 hours ago,” one grateful Holocaust survivor said in a new video shared by Rep. Dov Hikind (D-NY).
For too long, all anybody did – including presidents – was talk, he said.
“Talk is cheap,” he says in the video. “Action is what counts.”
Action is exactly what Trump took.
“Finally, we want to thank you Mr. President,” he said, leading a group of survivors in unison. “Thank you, Mr. President! Thank you, Mr. President!”
Watch the video:
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