Trump's poll numbers have been tanking since he had one of the worst weeks a US presidential candidate has ever experienced on the campaign trail. The same day, the reality show star acknowledged that his lack of political correctness could cost him the election if Americans reject his blunt approach. "Because there is so much spin and crafted talk in politics that we get frustrated with it, we naturally respond to people that seem more candid".
Trump's campaign planned to sit down with RNC officials in Orlando on Friday. "I hate to tell you", Trump said.
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"I call President Obama and Hillary Clinton the founders of ISIS". Trump stood by his remarks and continued blaming Obama for the existence of the terror group.
"We're going to win so big", Trump told a roaring crowd one month ago at the Republican National Convention.
Trump also said in Altoona that the only way he could lose Pennsylvania to Clinton is if "cheating goes on". "Are people complaining that I said he was the founder of ISIS?".
McCaskill said Sunday that Trump's comments relating to ISIS are "disrespectful to the military that is out there fighting ISIS everyday".
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump arrives for a campaign rally, Thursday, Aug. 11, 2016, in Kissimmee, Fla.
Only hours before, the billionaire businessman had restated the allegation with no mention of sarcasm, telling rally-goers in Kissimmee, Florida, that "I've been saying that Barack Obama is the founder". "They're going to have a president who tells them exactly what's on his mind, and the American people are going to hear him, and hear him loud and clear".
In Utah, typically a reliably Republican state, Trump's challenges have been particularly striking. They must love him. The brutality of Bashar al-Assad's government, McCaskill said, fed an environment of resentment that fueled support for ISIS.
Trump said his comment about Obama was actually sarcasm in a tweet Thursday where he called out CNN for not "getting" sarcasm. He drew heavy criticism after he suggested gun rights activists could take action against Clinton, a statement he later said was aimed at rallying votes against her. "Regardless of party, voters are increasingly concerned that Mr Trump's tendency to bully, demean and degrade others sends the wrong message to our children", Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta said. Taking again to Twitter, he warned that Clinton's proposals would come with higher taxes and he said that he found her speech boring.
"They can take a little story that isn't a story and make it into a big deal".
Throughout his entire career, dating back well before his presidential bid, Donald Trump has drawn controversy for potentially demeaning comments towards women, calling various women "disgusting", "fat pigs" and rating the attractiveness of many women on a number scale.