Pro-Trump UFC President Rips Immigration Policy, Says You’d Have To Shoot Him To Take His Kids

Jena Greene | Reporter

UFC president Dana White is less than thrilled about the Trump administration’s policy regarding illegal immigration on the southern border.

The entertainment mogul has supported Trump in the past and even spoke at the 2016 Republican National Convention. But recent stories about families being separated at the border has White rattled. (RELATED: Office Of First Lady Calls Secret Service After Actor Peter Fonda Calls For Barron Trump To Be Kidnapped)

TMZ paparazzi caught up with White as he was leaving a restaurant in Beverly Hills, CA, where the sports businessman let his feelings fly.

“There should never be a scenario where you take kids away from their parents for any reason whatsoever, EVER,” he told a crowd of paparazzi. “They’d have to shoot me to take my kids.”

Those are some pretty strong words, but I guess we shouldn’t be too surprised that the guy who runs the Ultimate Fighting Championship has some fighting words.

Since the outcry earlier this week, President Trump signed an executive order proclaiming families may no longer be separated at the border.

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