In the past, American presidents have addressed the United Nations to explain the greatness of America. But President Barack Obama just went in front of the U.N. to attack conservative Presidential candidate Donald Trump!
This is not classy, and is an embarrassment to America on the world stage:
Referring to the “most advanced democracies” in the world, [Barack] Obama admitted to the world leaders that there was opposition from the “far right” on trade agreements and immigration.
“We see greater polarization, more frequent gridlock; movements on the far right, and sometimes the left, that insist on stopping the trade that binds our fates to other nations, calling for the building of walls to keep out immigrants,” he said.
Trump is the only candidate that has specifically called for a wall on the Southern border of Mexico. He also has joined Republican opposition to Obama’s efforts on trade agreements in Asia.
Obama also lectured politicians in advanced nations for trying to win voters’ support by preying on their fears, an accusation he frequently makes when criticizing the Republican party.
Trump has been the champion of movements to secure America’s border, which is necessary after the immigration crisis Obama has created. Then after slamming Trump, he went on to dismiss dangerous regimes that run Iran and China.
Obama has so much arrogance, and doesn’t seem to realize how weak he appears by offering to cut deals with Iran, a nation on the verge of nuclear arms. Trump, on the other hand, is a master negotiator and would defend American exceptionalism as President. Trump has sounded the alarm on sanctuary cities which has already encouraged congressional action, and shows Trump is already a leader without winning an election yet!
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