Donald Trump: Jeb Bush's 'Act of Love' Remarks 'Dangerous,' 'Ridiculous'
Appearing on Breitbart News Sunday on Sirius XM Patriot channel 125 with co-hosts Breitbart News Executive Chairman Stephen K. Bannon and Editor-in-Chief Alex Marlow, Donald Trump said that Jeb Bush's remarks about illegal immigration being "an act of love" were "pretty ridiculous" and "dangerous."
Marlow mentioned that Breitbart Texas chronicles the cartels, prostitution, and violence associated with illegal immigration, and Trump noted those were not acts of love.
At the inaugural Freedom Summit in New Hampshire, sponsored by Citizens United and Americans for Prosperity, Trump had said that Bush's comments were "out there."
After reiterating that he disagreed with Bush's remarks, Trump blasted the mainstream press for pummeling and demeaning the Tea Party and anyone associated with it. Additionally, he mentioned that he deliberately notes that he got a degree from the Wharton School of Business to throw a wrench into the media's attempts to demean as a rube anyone the Tea Party likes.
Trump also spoke about how the country needs someone who can turn it around as he has done with many of his successful real estate ventures. He discussed how Obamacare, if fully implemented, "will destroy this country." Trump said it is a shame that people are forced to go on Obamacare when there are "much better and cheaper" plans on the market.