Republican nominee Donald Trump repeatedly declared “France is no longer France” during his press conference on Wednesday morning in Florida, one day after a Catholic priest was murdered there by radical Islamic terrorists.
“France is no longer France,” the 2016 Republican nominee stated, referencing the growing terrorism in that region. “They won’t like me for saying that, but you see what happened in Nice, you see what happened yesterday.”
Trump referenced the brutal killing of the Catholic priest on Tuesday by radical Islamic extremists the name of the Islamic State (ISIS).
“This world better be very careful,” Trump added, saying Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton won’t solve the terrorism problem.
“She’s been doing this for 30 years,” he explained. “She’s bought and sold — 100 percent — by special interest and lobbyists.”