The White House said Donald Trump should be disqualified from becoming the next President of America over his controversial policy proposal to ban all Muslims from entering the country.
The oval office is warning Republicans not to watch their own demise into the dustbin of history, because they think they hold a Trump. The decision comes after the latest islamophobic remarks by the apprentice politician running for the highest office.
Donald Trump also entertains phobias of Muslims lurking in the dark ghettos of London and Paris, ready to pounce on the petrified police who are dutifully bound to protect the decent white Christian population. The Donald had said in earlier statements that it was a shame that the Paris crowd on the Friday night of the terrorist attacks, were not walking around armed with automatic weapons, to protect themselves from the inevitable- or was it the unpredictable?
The Metro reports:
The White House said his call for America to ban Muslims from entering the country has led to officials asking Republicans to reject him immediately.
White House spokesman Josh Earnest said Trump’s campaign had a ‘dustbin of history’ quality to it and said his comments were offensive and toxic.
Earnest said other Republican presidential candidates, who have pledged to support the person who eventually wins their party’s nomination, should disavow Trump ‘right now’.
It comes after Trump claimed some parts of London are so radicalised the police are scared to go there.
Addressing criticism to MSNBC, he said: ‘Paris is no longer the same city it was.
‘They have sections in Paris that are radicalised, where the police refuse to go there. They’re petrified. The police refuse to go in there.
‘We have places in London and other places that are so radicalised that the police are afraid for their own lives. We have to be very smart and very vigilant.’
The Apprentice Has Been Disqualified say CNN :
“The fact is what Donald Trump said yesterday disqualifies him from serving as president,” White House press secretary Josh Earnest said in Tuesday’s press briefing. For a White House administration to so heavily weigh in on an opposing party’s nominating contest is a highly unusual step.
Earnest noted first that every president must take an oath to “preserve, protect and defend” the U.S. Constitution, and thus, he said, Trump would not qualify.
The GOP front-runner on Monday released a statement calling for the U.S. to refuse entry of foreign Muslims. His proposal was met with widespread criticism, including from several candidates in his own party.
But Earnest had harsh words for the GOP as a whole, too, saying all GOP presidential candidates have signed a pledge to support whoever is the eventual nominee.
“For Republican candidates for president to stand by their pledge to support Mr. Trump, that in and of itself is disqualifying,” Earnest said. “The question now is about the rest of the Republican Party and whether or not they’re going to be dragged into the dustbin of history with him. And right now the current trajectory is not very good.”
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