10 Dec 2015

White House says Trump’s Muslim comments disqualify him for president

The spokesman of the White House said Tuesday call Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump for the United States to prohibit Muslims from entering the country he ruled out becoming president and urged Republicans to deny him immediately.

White House spokesman Josh Earnest, Trump campaign had quality "dustbin of history" to her and said that his comments were offensive and toxic.

"The campaign of Trump, for months, had a dustbin of history-like quality, the empty slogans for blatant lies for even the false hair, carnival barker routine together that we have seen for a while, "Earnest told reporters.

Earnest said the other Republican presidential candidates, who have pledged to support the person eventually wins the nomination of their party, must disavow Trump "right now."

"I know that every Republican candidate structured settlement annuity companies has already taken an oath, pledging to support Donald Trump for President of the United States of America if he wins the nomination, but the fact is that the first thing a President did when he or she takes the oath of office must take an oath to preserve,

protect and defend the Constitution of the United States of America. And the fact is that what Donald Trump said yesterday disqualifies him to serve as president and Republican presidential candidates to respect their commitment to support Mr. Trump, which in itself and is disqualifying, "said seriously.
Monday, Trump called for the blocking of Muslims, including immigration applicants, students, tourists and other visitors to enter the country after California shooting spree last week by two Muslims who radicalized authorities said.

It was the most dramatic response by a presidential candidate after the sacking of San Bernardino, California, even as other Republicans have called for a suspension of the plan of President Barack Obama to allow some Syrian refugees.