President Barack Obama shamed himself when he addressed the nation about Sunday morning’s terror attack at the nightclub in Orlando, Florida. Most notably, he addressed those who have criticized him for not referring to the attack as “radical Islamic terrorism.”
One of those critics happened to be GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump, who told Obama he should call it like is or resign.
Obama defended himself and claimed that using the term did nothing to combat radical Islamic terrorism. During his temper tantrum, Obama said labels were pointless because they did nothing to intimidate the enemy.
Donald Trump told supporters in North Carolina Tuesday that Obama seemed to be angrier at him than he was the Florida gunman, according to Newsmax.
“I watched President Obama today,” Trump said. “And he was more angry at me than he was at the shooter — and many people said that.”
“The level of anger, that’s the kind of anger that he should have for the shooter and these killers that shouldn’t be here,” he added.
Watch Trump’s remarks below:
It’s hard to argue with Trump. Obama was defensive during the speech, and he even said the term was a political distraction.
Nothing could be further from the truth. If the president doesn’t call it radical Islamic terrorism, he doesn’t have to face the evil that it is. He would rather defend the religion of Islam and worry about offending Islamists than address the root of this brand of terrorism.
Radical Islamic terrorism is against America, women, homosexuals and anyone who dares believe anything other than what they believe. Terrorists have threatened innocent people.
Obama got mad when Trump called him out and used this horrific event to throw a hissy fit and point fingers at those who understand the threat of radical Islamic terrorism and want to take it down.
It’s just shameful.
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