President Obama's tirade (as CNN put it) or hissy fit (as they say in Calhoun County) about Donald Trump on Tuesday drew derision from the next president.Unprecedented - a US President suggesting the opposition party presidential nominee is a threat to the nation. Full coverage on #TheLead— Jake Tapper (@jaketapper) June 14, 2016
"We can't be led by weak, ineffective people," Trump told supporters during a rally in Greensboro, N.C.
Speaking just hours after Clinton and Obama denounced his ideas as dangerous invitations to more terrorism, Trump castigated Clinton, the presumptive Democratic nominee, as "weak" and said that Obama "was more angry at me than he was at the shooter" in the Orlando terrorist attack.
Trump visited North Carolina a day after giving a counter-terrorism speech in response to Sunday's attack at a gay nightclub in Orlando that left 49 dead, the worst mass shooting in American history. In pledging to shut off the immigration of Muslims until the country gets a better handle on the terrorism problem, Trump said the government does not know enough about people currently entering the country.
"We don't know who they are, where they're coming from," Trump said in Greensboro. "We don't know what we're doing, folks."
Trump also continued to criticize Clinton and Obama for avoiding the term "radical Islamic terrorism," saying that is the real problem.Via Gateway Pundit, the full quote from Trump:
"Political correctness is deadly. They don’t want to talk about the problem. And I watched President Obama today and he was more angry at me than he was at the shooter and many people said that. One of the voices on television said boy has Trump gotten under his skin. But he was more angry. A lot of people have said this. The level of anger is the kind of anger that he should have for the shooters and these killers who shouldn’t be here."Obama realizes that Hillary is a weak and pathetic creature who after suffering decades of public humiliation by her husband is ill-prepared for this battle. Obama thinks he can champion her cause and push her across the finish line, as his belief in his own popularity is greatly exaggerated.
The president's entry into the race just gives Trump supporters another reason to vote for Trump -- and underscores Hillary Clinton's inadequacy.