Clinton, Trump clash over Orlando mass shooting

“It’s one or the other and neither one is acceptable”. “And either one is unacceptable”.The Washington Post editor Martin Baron, on the other hand, has said in a statement, “The Post will continue to cover Donald Trump as it has all along – honorably, honestly, accurately, energetically, and unflinchingly”. The failure to prominently connect acts of terror to radical elements within Islam results in a failure to confront the root causes, they argue. “And from my perspective, it matters what we do, not what we say. We have to stop them and we will. We have to defeat radical jihadist terrorism or radical Islamism, whatever you call it”, she told one interviewer.Trump took a hard-lined and combative approach, renewing his call for a policy to ban all Muslims from entering the United States in a speech that focused on terrorism and national security.Clinton and Trump planned to address the shooting further in back-to-back speeches Monday. (His parents were immigrants, but then so was Trump’s mother.) Simply by suggesting such a ban, Trump feeds the sense of unfair treatment that can spark radicalism in American Muslims.For more on the devastating shooting at the Orlando, Florida and how terrorism and security were impacted by it, CCTV America’s Mike Walter spoke with Scott Stewart, vice president of Tactical Analysis with Stratfor, Inc. Trump, Clinton Trade Barbs on Twitter over Obama Endorsement
Hillary Clinton’s snarky tweet Thursday to her White House rival Donald Trump was among the funniest of the campaign. On Thursday, his top donors were holding their first official meeting in NY . Mr. Trump tied the Obama Administration’s immigration policies to Mrs. Clinton, who served as secretary of state during Mr. Obama’s first term.He insisted that Muslims must have known the motives of the Orlando shooting suspect, yet did not report him to authorities.Clinton said people being watched by the Federal Bureau of Investigation for possible links to terrorism, as the shooter was in 2013, should not be allowed to purchase guns with no questions asked.He has often used the media as a foil, calling them sleazy and dishonest, a tactic that has excited his fans and insulated from some criticism he has faced, particularly during the Republican primaries. He called 911 during the attack to profess allegiance to the Islamic State.The two candidates’ dramatically different proposals – as well as their contrasting styles – underscored the clear choice Americans face in the November election.”[Mateen appeared to be] inspired by various extremist information that was disseminated over the Internet”, he said. Trump’s speech Monday was originally scheduled to be a rebuttal of those attacks, but he shifted numerous remarks to immigration topics in light of the Orlando attack. Drummer faces wrath in ex-Stanford swimmer rape case
The Guardian obtained an exclusive copy of Brock Turner’s statement detailing how alcohol made him rape for the court. In a letter to the judge, he wrote , “His life will never be the one he dreamed about and worked so hard to achieve”. Trump accused Clinton of wanting to take away gun ownership rights and called for people to be able to arm themselves for protection.”The problem is we have thousands of people right now in our country”.Trump said that allowing more Syrian refugees to enter the United States “could be a better, bigger version of the legendary Trojan horse”.”I refuse to be politically correct”, he said.Democrats go after gun owners the way Trump targets Muslims.”And that record includes a lot of dead terrorists”, he said. What my sons will learn from Brock Turner’s rape case at Stanford
His letter has been shared more than 10,000 times on Facebook and has more than 500 reader comments on it. Carl recounted the events of that night in the interview. “We saw she wasn’t moving still. “Well, there a lot of people who think maybe he doesn’t want to get it. A lot of people think maybe he doesn’t want to know about it. I happen to think he just doesn’t know what he’s doing, but there are many people that think maybe he doesn’t want to get it, he doesn’t want to see what’s really happening”, Trump told NBC.

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