President Donald Trump weighed in this morning on reports that accused jihadi terrorist Sayfullo Saipov entered the U.S. through the Diversity Visa Lottery Program in 2010, calling the program a “Chuck Schumer beauty” and vowed to get much “tougher” and “stronger”:

The program was co-sponsored by Chuch Schumer when he was in the House of Representatives back in 1990:

The program originated as part of a bill introduced in 1990 by Sen. Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., then a member of the House. Schumer’s measure to make a set number of visas available to “diversity immigrants” from certain countries was absorbed into a larger House immigration bill, which was sponsored by Schumer and 31 others, including several Republicans.

It was quickly pointed out to the president that the legislation had bipartisan support and was signed into law by then President George H.W. Bush:

And the Gang of Eight immigration bill would have eliminated the program, but it never passed:

But rather than just argue against Trump’s tweets on the merits, alleged “comic” Dean Obeidallah played the anti-Semitism card and accused the president along with former adviser Sebastian Gorka of anti-Semitism because Sen. Schumer is Jewish:

Obeidallah also suggested that Trump would blame the attack on Hillary Clinton and/or Barack Obama, which would make Trump a misogynist and racist as well (we assume):