Donald Trump Presents ‘Immediate Dangers’ To The U.S., Warns Clinton

Donald Trump presents “immediate dangers” to the U.S., according to Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton in an interview with Chuck Todd on NBC’s Meet The Press.

Clinton explained how she believes this campaign is unlike any other because presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump is “unqualified to become president” and his ideas on how to lead the U.S. as president are “beyond the pale,” according to The Guardian.

In the past, Donald Trump has created controversy by proposing that all Muslims be banned from entering the U.S. for an unspecified amount of time, that women who have abortions should be punished, and even allowing other countries to have nuclear weapons.

Clinton expressed her concern for Trump’s views, which have come from the past week alone.

“What he is advocating – look what he’s done this past week. You know, attacking our closest ally, England. Heaping praise on a dangerous dictator in North Korea. Reiterating his call to pull out of Nato, our strong military alliance.”

Despite the scrutiny coming from the Democratic party and people in his own Republican party, Donald Trump is busy making the case, or not making the case, for guns in schools and explaining what will happen to those Republicans who refuse to support him.

Speaking to Fox, Trump gave a conflicting answer to his stance on guns in the classroom.

“I don’t want to have guns in classrooms although in some cases teachers should have guns in classrooms, frankly.
Because teachers are you know the things that going on in our schools are unbelievable. You look at some of our schools, unbelievable what’s going on. But I’m not advocating guns in classrooms,” Trump said.

To add to the confusion, Trump later claimed “trained teachers should be able to have guns in classrooms.”

Donald Trump Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump gives a conflicting statement about whether guns should be in schools. [AP Photo/Mark Humphrey]As for the Republican donors who will not donate to his campaign in the general election, Trump declared that they will not have “access to the White House” and will have no say in anything he does as president.

Trump took a jab at Jeb Bush at this point, insisting that Jeb and other former Republican presidential candidates would have been under complete control of donors.

Hillary Clinton claims that people are coming from the Republican party to support her instead of Donald Trump, reports Breitbart. She claims that people across the country are leaving the Republican party to support her because Trump is divisive and demeaning to women.

Trump reportedly believes the division comes from current president Barack Obama, and that Hillary is too “weak” to bring everyone together.

According to Clinton, Trump has no intention to “make America great again,” and rather he’s only focused on putting himself in the spotlight.

Basketball billionaire Mark Cuban thinks Trump is learning as he goes and “looking for shortcuts.” He’s not completely comfortable with someone who is learning on the job, especially as the president of the U.S. However, he would consider becoming the vice president to Clinton or Trump, if they were to change their positions on certain issues.

Mark Cuban Billionaire Mark Cuban would consider being the vice president to Clinton or Trump if the candidates came more to the center and less to the left and right. [AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster, File]Cuban also thinks that Trump is not an independent thinker. Perhaps Donald Trump only says what he just heard from someone else and runs with that idea for awhile, before turning on to something else that he hears from someone else.

As far as Hillary Clinton is concerned, Cuban says she may have gone too far to the left for him. If she’d come back to the center a bit, then he’d be open to discussions with her.

Trump presents “immediate dangers” to the U.S., warns Clinton and others who are scared of Donald Trump’s rhetoric, but he still has millions of supporters who look forward to a Trump presidency in 2017.

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