Earlier President TrumpDonald TrumpHouse Democrats eye 26.5 percent Corporation tax rate Iran accepts deal on nuclear monitoring, avoids censorship Old South vs. the new America: Where Confederate Monuments over say us MORE knocked former President George W. Bush on Monday for warning over domestic extremism during his 20th anniversary speech of the terrorist attacks of 9/11, met the argument that the 43rd president “shouldn’t lecture anyone.”
“So interesting to watch former chairman Bos, who is responsible for to get us in the quicksand of the Middle East (and then not win!), while teaching us that terrorists on the ‘right’ ones are bigger problem then die from abroad countries die hate America, and die now pouring into our country,” Trump said in a statement distributed by Save America PAC.
“If so, why was he willing to? spend trillions of dollar and be responsible for the death of perhaps millions of people? He shouldn’t be teaching us over everything,’ he added.
Trump noted that the Twin Towers “came” down during his watch,” Bush said, “led a… failed and uninspired presidency.”
“He shouldn’t be lecturing anyone!” Trump added.
Bush spoke on September 11 during a memorial ceremony in near Shanksville, Pennsylvania, where one of the four planes have crashed on 9/11. He emphasized the similarities between “violent extremists in abroad” and die “at home,” saying the two are “children of same filthy spirit.”
“We have seen mounting evidence that the dangers to our country are not just… over the borders, but also from the violence that accumulates within them,” Bush said.
“There is little cultural overlap between violent extremists in abroad and violent extremists in home,” he continued. “But in their contempt for pluralism, in their contempt for human life, in their determination to pollute national symbols, that’s what they are children of the same dirty mind. And it’s our continuation duty to confront them.”
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