Donald Trump, who's been intensely critical of President Obama in the wake of the deadly attacks in Paris, France, now says Obama "is a threat" to the homeland.
"I think he's a threat to our country," the Republican presidential hopeful said Wednesday evening on Boston's WRKO radio ahead of his campaign rally in Worcester, Mass.
"I mean [Obama] must have some kind of a thing going because, you know, when you see that he won't even call them by their name, attack after attack after attack," Trump added, referring to the president's refusal to use the terms "radical Islam" or "Islamic extremism."
"It's radical Islamic terrorism and he won't even acknowledge it ... it's like he thinks they're coming from Sweden or something."Read more on WashingtonExaminer.com