Former Guantanamo Chief Prosecutor Col. Morris Davis took to Twitter Saturday afternoon to criticize President Donald Trump for continuing his golf game as Americans in Hawaii were panicking over a mistaken missile threat.
"For 38 minutes American citizens in Hawaii braced for a ballistic missile strike ... and
@realDonaldTrump continued his round of golf in Florida on his 120th taxpayer funded vacation day in less than a year," Morris tweeted, linking to a Fox New report.
In what was called “a hell of a mistake to make,” Civil Defense officials in Hawaii sent out an incorrect warning to the island residents that a ballistic missile was on its way, stating: “Ballistic missile inbound to Hawaii. Seeks shelter immediately. This is not a drill.”
You can see the Morris tweet below:
For 38 minutes American citizens in Hawaii braced for a ballistic missile strike ... and @realDonaldTrump continued… https://t.co/Dc4YyLBEkC— Moe Davis (@Moe Davis)1515871143.0