Trump after Berlin, Turkey attacks: ‘I’ve been proven to be right
Trump after Berlin Turkey attacks next president of the United States, accused him of an attack in Berlin and Ankara this week suggesting he would curb Islamic immigration to the United States. The situation is terrible or terrible,” Trump told reporters after asking about the truck attack that killed 12 truck drivers and the Turkish embassy in the Christmas market in Berlin. There is no evidence that the militant group has ordered a terrorist attack, but the Islamist state (IS) group, a militant group, claimed responsibility for the Berlin murder.
A Turkish assassin shouted about the Syrian war in Moscow, which was killed in a civil war with the help of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad of rebels. Trump said Monday violence influenced the ban on Muslim entry into the United States and the consideration of immigrant registration from Muslim countries by reporters outside his Mar-a-Lago resort in Palm Beach, Florida. Ask whether it is crazy.
I know my plan, and I’ve proven that I’ve been right, 100% accurate,” said Trump, “I’m disgusted at what’s going on.
At some point during the election campaign, Trump urged Muslims to temporarily ban Muslims as a means of fighting terrorism and to draw wide criticism at home and abroad. He changed this to later suggest that he would export exports and temporarily stop immigration in areas where secure medical services can not be guaranteed.
But rather than immigrants, American-born citizens joined major American attacks in recent years, including large-scale shooting at the Orlando Gay Nightclub in June. On Monday, Trump said in a statement on the Berlin attack that IS and other fighters “continued to kill Christians in their communities and chapels as part of a worldwide jihad.”
But when asked about his comment on Christians, the president – elect on Wednesday replied. It is an attack on humanity and should be stopped. US officials today and in the past said they could erode anti-Western sentiments among Muslims, rebelling against Trump’s original language, and undermining the central Islamic community’s cooperation in eradicating such attacks.
Trump is critical of Obama and Democratic contenders in the November presidential election of former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. It is because Hillary Clinton reluctantly regards military power as a threat.