Clinton doesn’t have what it takes to become President, says Trump

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Not once has Donald Trump been criticized for not being ‘presidential material’, but the Republican can’t just take all these without launching some attacks of his own. The target was, of course, Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton, who doesn’t have the “mental and physical stamina” to deal with one of the United States’ biggest problems: terrorism.

“Hillary lacks mental and physical stamina!”

According to CNN Politics, during his latest speech, Trump talked about how he wants to combat Islamic terrorism, comparing the fight with an ideological struggle on par with that of the Cold War.

“Hillary Clinton lacks the judgment … stability and temperament and moral character to lead our nation,” the Republican nominee said. “She also lacks the mental and physical stamina to take on ISIS. And all of the many adversaries that we face.”

The businessman is more and more convinced that Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama founded ISIS, as he kept blaming the two in his discourse. But on the other side, this is far from being something new or surprising.

He claimed that the rise of the terrorist organization is nothing else but the direct result of policy decisions made by President Barack Obama and then Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.

She has her part of fault for the Iraq failure, says Trump

“The failures in Iraq were compounded by Hillary Clinton’s disaster — total disaster — in Libya,” Trump added, referring to the US-backed NATO mission that led to the ouster Moammar Gadhafi.

Donald Trump also insisted on the idea of fighting radical Islam, calling for “extreme vetting” of foreigners who want to come to the United States, through special policies which should keep certain people from entering the country.

“All actions should be oriented around this goal [stopping radical Islam from spreading] and any country which shares this goal will be our ally,” he continued. “We cannot always choose our friends but we can never fail to recognize our enemies.”