Donald Trump, ” When I am President, it will Always be America First.”
The presumptive GOP nominee Donald Trump responded quickly to criticism by President Barack Hussein Obama, saying the President puts US enemies ahead of the American people and America’s allies.
In an emailed response to questions Tuesday, Donald Trump said Barack Hussein Obama”claims to know our enemy, and yet he continues to prioritize our enemy over our allies, and for that matter, the American people.”
He added that “when I am President, it will always be America first.”
Tuesday, Barack Hussien Obama delivered an angry lecture to the American people, the Republican Congress and a personal rebuke to Donald Trump’s America First rhetoric, criticizing his immigration proposals as dangerous and saying “it is not the America we want” read “It is not the America he (Obama) wants.”
Also on Tuesday, Florida Gov. Rick Scott said he wants to know when the United States government is going to say “enough is enough” when it comes to stopping “the Evil of radical Islam,” and pointed out that President Barack Hussein Obama has yet to call him in the wake of Sunday morning’s shootings in Orlando.
“If not now, when are we going to take this seriously?” Gov. Scott said in a TV interview. “This is an attack on Orlando, a gay nightclub, an attack on gays, an attack on Hispanics, and our country. When are we going to say enough is enough and say we are going to destroy ISIS, we are going to stop the Evil of radical Islam. Is 49 victims enough?”
Gov. Scott struck back at Obama’s gun control remarks, saying “the Second Amendment didn’t kill anybody, but Evil, ISIS has killed.”
He also called on further vetting for people coming into the United States.
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