Liberals “Horrified” After Kids Play Build the Wall Game at White House Halloween Party

Children at a Halloween party held on October 25 at the Eisenhower Executive Office Building next to the White House were encouraged “Build the Wall” by writing their names on red paper brick shaped cut-outs and taping them up to form an America First border wall, according to a report by Yahoo News. 
President Trump at the border wall, Otay Mesa, California, September 18, 2019.
Yahoo News reported one attendee was “horrified” by the game. Yahoo News also reported there was an America First sign by the wall and tied it to the Ku Klux Klan, of course.
Yahoo News managing editor Colin Campbell posted exclusive photos of the wall. 
…The party, which took place inside the office building used by White House staff, included the families of executive-branch employees and VIP guests inside and outside government. Even though many of the attendees were members of President Trump’s administration, not everyone thought the Halloween game was a treat.
“Horrified. We were horrified,” said a person who was there and requested anonymity to avoid professional retaliation.
…Alongside the paper wall were signs including one that read “America First,” a slogan often used by President Trump that had been criticized because it was previously employed by the Ku Klux Klan…
Reaction to the party game is what one would expect from Trump-haters:  

A civil rights lawyer apparently unfamiliar with the Eisenhower presidency commented that Ike would be rolling over in his grave:

In 1954, President Eisenhower ordered a mass deportation effort, Operation Wetback, that resulted in an estimated one million or so illegal aliens either deported or self-deported. Eisenhower won reelection in a landslide two years later.
While Trump supporters are teaching their children about lawfully enforced borders and legal immigration for the benefit of the USA, liberals in America are teaching their children to symbolically decapitate President Trump. 
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