WASHINGTON — Students at an Indiana college have a few words of advice for Donald Trump after the presumptive GOP nominee said that he has a problem with Muslims and the fact that some students are “not good enough” to be in the United States.
“I am not trying so hard to be nice to you, sir, and I think that’s not a very nice thing to say,” Trump told students on Tuesday during a campaign rally in West Bend, Indiana.
The Republican nominee said some of the students had “bad accents,” but that they should be proud of themselves.
Trump also criticized some of his rivals, saying his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton had a bad attitude.
He said he is not looking to start a war.
I want to see if we can fix our country.
I don’t want to make war.
I want to get along with everybody, he said.
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“If I don (sic) get to be president of the United (States), they’ll be the ones that start getting killed,” he said in the video.
“You’ll see that very, very soon.”