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Next President of the United Fates of America
Obama slams GOP for rise of ‘uncivil’ Trump

US President Barack Obama has ridiculed the Republican establishment for being “shocked” by the rise of Donald Trump to the GOP presidential frontrunner.

“What’s happening in this primary is just a distillation of what’s been happening in their party for more than a decade,” Obama said Friday at a fundraiser for the Democratic National Committee in Austin, Texas.

Republican leaders have expressed frustration with Trump’s growing momentum on the campaign trail and are urgently moving to prevent the billionaire businessman from securing the party’s nomination.

Obama said Republicans should have predicted the rise of Trump, and accused them of ignoring his past.

The president blistered the GOP for acting surprised that “someone is fanning anti-immigrant or anti-Muslim sentiment.”

“How could you be shocked?” Obama exclaimed. “This was the guy who was sure I was born in Kenya. Who just wouldn’t let it go. And all this same Republican establishment, they weren’t saying nothing. As long as it was directed at me, they were fine with it. They thought it was a hoot. Wanted to get his endorsement.”

Obama argued that this kind of “gambling” inside the Republican establishment has now come to haunt it with the rise of a candidate who is “loose with the facts” and “distorts someone’s record.”

“So they can’t be surprised when somebody suddenly looks and says, you know what, I can do that even better. I can make stuff up better than that. I can be more outrageous than that. I can insult people even better than that. I can be even more uncivil,” he noted.

Obama, on several occasions, has weighed in on Trump’s candidacy, urging the American people to be careful who they will pick to succeed him into the White House.

Trump’s campaign has been defined by controversy since he announced his candidacy in June last year, making divisive and disparaging remakes about women, immigrants, Muslims and others.

The candidate had to cancel his rally event in Chicago, Illinois, on Friday after his supporters came to blows with a group of protesters slamming his candidacy.

The clashes erupted when Trump campaign managers asked thousands of his supporters at the University of Illinois to leave the arena due to security concerns.

The angry rally-goers gathered inside and outside the arena and then confronted several hundred anti-Trump protesters, blaming them for the cancellation.

Several fistfights were reported between the two groups before a large contingent of Chicago police officers moved in to restore order.
BREAKING: Black Trump supporter shot and killed by Chicago protesters

Christian Times Newspaper has learned that an African-American supporter of Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has died after allegedly sustaining gunshot wounds in the aftermath of Friday night’s chaos in Chicago.

Robert King Bullock, aged 37, was a resident of Chicago’s Evanston suburb. According to Bullock’s friend, who also attended the Trump rally, Robert was an avid chef, and he recently obtained his Masters of Business Administration and planned to open a local restaurant.

This source spoke with CTN on the condition of anonymity, and asked to be referred to as “Terry.” He called for Bullock’s death to serve as a reminder to anti-Trump groups and the mainstream media.
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RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - by Wook - 03-13-2016, 01:41 AM

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