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    Trump: No, it’s not my obligation to defend Obama

    Trump: No, it’s not my obligation to defend Obama

    Pushing back against criticism for not confronting a questioner at a town hall.

    We noted the other day that Donald Trump caught enormous media and political flak because he did not challenge someone in the audience at a town hall who called Obama a Muslim and not American, Hillary *shocked* people still believe Obama-Muslim claim she started

    Trump finally has spoken about the issue, and he’s not backing down for being silent and not addressing the questioner’s comments.

    First, he issued a series of tweets.

    Donald Trump Twitter Obama Muslim tweets



    Then he spoke about it at the Iowa Faith & Freedom Forum, denying any obligation to defend Obama, and turning it around into an issue of Obama’s treatment of Christians:


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    lilyarrow | September 21, 2015 at 10:32 am

    Trump was polite and answered the question correctly. It’s obvious that all those attacking him are doing so for their own interests.

    Trump showed remarkable restraint in not using the guy as a springboard to give Obama a rhetorical work-over. Why the media feels obligated to provide affirmative action to the most powerful man in the world is bewildering and is most definitely a perversion of their reason for existence.

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