So it is perhaps unsurprising that Donald Trump, the nation’s foremost birther, has seized on Sunday’s terrorist attack in Orlando to intimate that Obama’s true sympathies may be more sinister.
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In February, Trump told radio host Michael Savage that Obama refuses to say the magic words “radical Islamic terrorism” because maybe he doesn’t want to stop the terrorists. We have a president that won’t even use the words and if you don’t use the words, you’re never going to get rid of the problem.
With regard to the “bad feeling” Trump mentions, recent polling actually indicates Obama’s approval rating is above 50 percent and at its highest level since the killing of Osama Bin Laden
Trump has floated conspiracy theories about Obama before, repeatedly questioning if the president is a Christian and taking a prominent public turn in 2011 as a skeptic about Obama’s US birth
People cannot—they cannot believe that President Obama is acting the ways he acts and can’t even mention the words ‘radical islamic terrorism.’ There’s something going on.
Donald Trump is going farther to the right in the wake of the Orlando massacre, hoping the same extreme rhetoric he championed in the primary will work again in November.
In other words, Obama has a secret—and nefarious—agenda. “We’re led by a man that either is not tough, not smart, or he’s got something else in mind,” Trump continued. “And the something else in mind, you know, people can’t believe it.
The article noted that Trump’s suggestion that “Obama is purposefully allowing terrorists to kill people in the United States to pursue a hidden agenda” is “fully consistent with his long
Trump is positing that the media actively suppresses news of terrorist attacks to fulfill a political agenda. It’s certainly true that not every terrorist attack receives broad coverage in the
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Trump has also long complained about Mueller’s probe, referring to the investigators as a group of “13 angry Democrats” even though Mueller is a registered Republican.
Trump has also appointed conservative judges throughout the judiciary and to the Supreme Court and was the first president to speak through video conference before the March for Life rally.
Aug 10, 2016 · And Dan Gross, the president of the Brady Campaign and Center to Prevent Gun Violence, which has endorsed Mrs. Clinton, said Mr. Trump’s statement was “repulsive — …