Trump Makes It Official, Literally Compares Families at Border to People Who Should Get Off His Lawn

Trump Makes It Official, Literally Compares Families at Border to People Who Should Get Off His Lawn

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Originally published by Slate

The phrase get off my lawn, in popular culture, is the cliché thing that old people say to rowdy teenagers. It also has a more metaphorical meaning as a phrase indicating that its speaker is stubbornly and perhaps prejudicially unwilling to deal with inevitable changes to a world that he no longer feels comfortable in.

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