Donald Trump, “Hillary and Barack Hussein Obama are co-Founders of ISIS”
Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump Wednesday accused President Barack Hussein Obama of founding the Islamic State (IS) international terrorist group.
Addressing supporters at a rally in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, he said the jihadist group is “honoring President Obama.”
“He is the founder of ISIS,” Donald Trump said.
“He’s the founder of ISIS, OK?” he added. “Obama and Hillary are the founders ISIS.”
Donald Trump went on to criticize Hillary Rodham Clinton, his Democratic rival for the Oval Office.
“And I would say, the co-founder would be ‘Crooked” Hillary Clinton,” he said.
Just a few hours later, Hillary Clinton criticized Donald Trump’s temperament, he responded in kind.
“I don’t like her temperament,” Donald Trump said during a rally in Florida.
“My temperament’s going to win for us. It was always my strength.
“Her temperament is the temperament of a loser. I do nnot like her temperament because she’s weak. We need somebody who knows how to win.”
Mr. Trump’s made the remarks in response to Clinton’s attack on his own temperament, which came a day after his controversial “Second Amendment” comments that the left wing media spun into a call to assassinate her.
“Words matter, my friends,” Mrs. Clinton said. “Yesterday we witnessed the latest in a long line of casual comments by Donald Trump that crossed the line.
“Every single one of these incidents shows us that Donald Trump simply does not have the temperament to be president and commander in chief of the United States.”
I believe that when we go back and examine Hillary Clinton’s words that in the Words Matter context she is and has been throughout her life a bald faced liar, Yes Mrs. Clinton, words matter.
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