Trump Finally Came Out And Said It

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Trump has definitely been occupying plenty of space in the mind of President Obama and the Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton.

How often have the two of them spent time criticizing Trump? It’s getting close to being done on a daily basis. They smear him and call him “unfit.”

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But Trump finally came back and said what needed to be said. He has said that Obama and Clinton are the “unfit” ones. Trump has even taken it a bit further and called Obama “the worst president ever.”

Here is more of Trump’s statement on Facebook:

“Obama-Clinton have single-handedly destabilized the Middle East, Iraq, Libya and Syria to ISIS, and allowed our personnel to be slaughtered at Benghazi. Then they put Iran on the path to nuclear weapons. Then they allowed dozens of veterans to die waiting for medical care that never came.”

Here is the rest of his post.

It was about time he said this and we could not agree more. Like and share on Facebook if you agree with Trump that Hillary Clinton and President Obama are “unfit” for presidency.


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