The U.S. House of Representatives passed a bill Thursday that would suspend America's refugee admittance program while evaluating national security, despite the United Nation's urge to still grant asylum to 10,000 men, women, and children as planned.
Among those not too pleased with the ruling is Phil Klay, a former U.S. Marine. He took to Twitter to share his opinion on the topic and didn't hold back.
Put simply: helping those in need is the basis of what this country stands for.
We'll let him explain more: