Trump has also said he supports Russia’s military involvement in Syria, which the us strongly opposes. Trump told 60 Minutes on Sunday.
The Republican front-runner said the recent influx of migrants from conflict-stricken Syria could be “one of the great tactical ploys of all time” by Islamic State.
But it appears likely that Trump’s plan would be a financial boon for someone of his wealth. Then again, “a broken clock is right twice a day“, as Edward Kleinbard, a law professor and tax expert at the University of Southern California’s Gould School of Law, puts it.
“Why aren’t they fighting for their country?” he asked.
Trump initially hinted he might buck conservative economic orthodoxy and raise taxes on the wealthy.
Trump visited Nashville last month, but didn’t make any public appearances in Williamson.
Arab Nations, the USA, and now Russian Federation have also been carrying out airstrikes in cities. No one can fix that.
“I am putting the people on notice that are coming here from Syria as part of this mass migration”, Trump, who has made numerous controversial comments on immigration, told a crowd of supporters.
THE FACTS: Even if Trump’s tax plan wound up being revenue neutral, it wouldn’t bring in enough money to balance the budget. We will provide humanitarian assistance, but when our men and women volunteer in our armed forces it should be with the strict understanding that they will be sent into danger’s way only in cases where our national survival is directly affected.
Trump is largely paying for his own campaign.
“If he wants to fight ISIS, let him fight ISIS”, Trump said in an interview taped at his Trump Tower skyscraper in Manhattan.
But now his campaign faces stiffer challenges from two sources – the rise fellow political outsiders Ben Carson and Carly Fiorina, and more serious scrutiny from Republican primary voters as the choice of the party’s eventual nominee draws closer.
I’m not alone in wondering this.
I think it is extremely condescending for a few to attempt to chide the base of the party for having “unrealistic” expectations from the Republican Congress. Well, if this be true, the fault clearly falls on these same people for raising the expectations thusly.
“You look at what Gov. Romney did and you say, ‘There’s nothing to be gained from being responsible that way, ‘ ” Cass said. All his life, Trump has had a deep need to be perceived as a “winner”. And everyone will know it. You read it here first.