Trump reacts to bombings: 'This is only going to get worse'

by Alfonso Matthews Setiembre 20, 2016, 5:34

Trump questioned whether refugees can be property vetted. Trump can't be counted out until all the votes are counted.

Asked specifically about Trump, Ayotte told reporters she's been "disappointed" with President Barack Obama's foreign policy.

WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. (AP) — Hillary Clinton cast herself Monday as the most qualified to combat terrorism within the U.S. and abroad after weekend attacks in three states rattled Americans.

The paper also said, citing unnamed law enforcement sources, that federal authorities detained and were questioning five people with possible links to the New York bombing. "And nobody knows exactly what's going on", Trump said.

"It's scary", she said.

"I've been saying this is going to be like the Trojan horse". He has often spoken very bluntly about bombing the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria militant group. Surveillance video showed passersby running to get away from the blast, and investigators said they would comb through that and older footage to try to identify those responsible. But Cuomo said "a bomb exploding in New York is obviously an act of terrorism".

Clinton called the attacks "a serious challenge" that the country can meet in "concert with our values". The former Secretary of State also blasted Trump's comments, deeming them counterproductive.

Pence is giving thanks that no one else died "as a result of these horrific attacks". The battle is over there.

And he realizes that a victory for Republican Donald Trump could undo much of what he has done. They are terrorism, though. We have no national template for a Golda Meir-type leader in our country.

"ISIS has claimed responsibility for the attack in Minnesota, and this should steel our resolve to protect our country and defeat ISIS and other terrorist groups", Clinton said in a statement, referring to the Islamic State. It's a helpful bit of historical symmetry that "America First" has consistently symbolized a flag-waving acquiescence to overseas dictators with bloody expansionist ambitions. Still, he said he feels confident going into the debate.

Earlier in the evening Bollwage told journalists that two men walking near the train station had seen a package in a waste basket and took it.

On the campaign trail, the Democratic and Republican presidential candidates offered varied reactions to news of the incident.

Obama delivered his final keynote address to the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation Saturday night and said his name may not be on the ballot, but issues of importance to the black community are.

The violence cast a long shadow over the presidential race, diverting both candidates' attention from the daily controversies of the presidential race.

Contributing to this report were Associated Press writers Wayne Parry in Point Pleasant Beach, New Jersey; Mike Schneider in Orlando, Florida; Steve Karnowski in St. Cloud, Minnesota; and Denise Lavoie in Boston. "They will check out". They are afraid to do anything about it because they don't want to be accused of, uh, profiling.

A weekend explosion in Manhattan injured 29 people. Trump stated that "our local police ... know who a lot of these people are" but choose not to pursue them because "they don't want to be accused of all sorts of things". I would - now people will go crazy and say, oh, Trump is against freedom of the press. To some extent, that's to be expected.

"I must tell you that just before I got off the plane, a bomb went off in New York".

When it comes to terrorism, we have lived in a climate of tension and close calls for the last 15 years. "What was it? We do not know", he added, calling on residents to be vigilant.


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