Donald Trump certainly had a lot to say about nuclear arms, Obama, and John Kerry’s mental stability.Typically Trump, he met with Greta in Trump Tower to interview:
Among the comments Donald Trump had in his interview with Greta Van Susteren was one where he was asked to offer a reason why Obama and Kerry allowed a 24 day grace period before inspections of nuclear sites and why they like the recently signed Iranian nuclear empowerment agreement.
He replied, “I don’t know, maybe they’re not bright. I mean, I’ve watched Kerry negotiating and I’ve said to people, ‘Is he bright? Is he an intelligent man?’ Maybe they’re not bright, there’s something wrong with them.”
He’s also asked about Common Core, which he opposes, sharing the view of many conservatives that education must be local and noting that candidate Bush is strongly in favor of DC down education under Common Core.
He notes that the United States ranks twenty-fifth in education behind even some third-world nations.
Trump also believes that he would handily beat both the current dictator and his criminal heir apparent, Hillary Clinton if he were to run against either of them. It’s unlikely since it is unconstitutional for Obama to seek a third term and Hillary Clinton is under a criminal investigation. Of course the Constitution has never stopped Hussein Obama before and neither has a criminal investigation done anything more than slow down the Clintons.
He’s also tired of Bush and others bemoaning the tone that is being used by Trump in the campaign, recognizing that the American people prefer it and see a need for even a tougher tone, given today’s problems.
He closes saying this next election isn’t about getting nice leadership, although he considers himself to be a nice person, it’s about leadership. And if we don’t get the leadership we need, we’re in big trouble.
Donald manages to handle this whole interview with absolute succinct grace. He has concise answers he delivers are spot on a brutally honest. He may just be the leadership we need to make this country great again.