Trump’s 2011 Interview Might Shock You

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People can criticize Trump and call him a flip flopper but what he said about terrorism in 2011 is exactly what he is saying now and he was somewhat prescient at the time.

“I think people want the truth. I think they’re tired of politicians. They’re tired of politically correct stuff. […]

Now I don’t know if that’s from the Koran. I don’t know if that’s from some place else. But there’s tremendous hatred out there that I’ve never seen anything like it.

So, you have two views. You have the view that the Koran is all about love and then you have the view that the Koran is, that there’s a lot of hate in the Koran.”

That was Donald Trump, not last week or even last month, but in April, 2011 during a CBN news interview.

David Brody interviewed him and asked about radical Islam.

David Brody: to Evangelicals, this is a bread and butter issue. You said there’s a Muslim problem in this country. What do you mean by that exactly?

Donald Trump: Bill O’Reilly asked me is there a Muslim problem? And I said absolutely, yes. In fact I went a step further. I said I didn’t see Swedish people knocking down the World Trade Center. It was very interesting. I thought that was going to be a controversial statement and somebody, I think it was Dennis Miller introduced me, he was doing like an analysis of me, he said, I love it.

The guy said what the truth is. He didn’t mince his words. He didn’t say, ‘Oh, gee, no there’s not a Muslim problem, everybody’s wonderful.’ And by the way, many, many, most Muslims are wonderful people, but is there a Muslim problem? Look what’s happening. Look what happened right here in my city with the World Trade Center and lots of other places.

This was at a time when people were still allowed to discuss radical Islam to some small degree without being called racists and bigots. Trump was not criticized for this interview.

So I said it and I thought it was going to be very controversial but actually it was very well received. I think people want the truth. I think they’re tired of politicians. They’re tired of politically correct stuff, Trump continued.

I mean I could have said, ‘Oh absolutely not Bill, there’s no Muslim problem, everything is wonderful, just forget about the World Trade Center.’ But you have to speak the truth. We’re so politically correct that this country is falling apart.

Brody: With some evangelicals there are some problems with the teachings of the Koran. Do you have concerns about the Koran?”

Trump: Well, I’ll tell you what. The Koran is very interesting. A lot of people say it teaches love and there is a very big group of people who really understand the Koran far better than I do. I’m certainly not an expert, to put it mildly. But there’s something there that teaches some very negative vibe.

I mean things are happening, when you look at people blowing up all over the streets that are in some of the countries over in the Middle East, just blowing up a super market with not even soldiers, just people, when 250 people die in a super market that are shopping, where people die in a store or in a street. There’s a lot of hatred there that’s some place.

Now I don’t know if that’s from the Koran. I don’t know if that’s from some place else. But there’s tremendous hatred out there that I’ve never seen anything like it.

So, you have two views. You have the view that the Koran is all about love and then you have the view that the Koran is, that there’s a lot of hate in the Koran.

As he said in the interview, there are many wonderful Muslims but there are problems and people just want the truth.

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  1. Yeah…it might shock me…
    …almost as much as finding out *why*
    Ted Cruz voted in various cases
    to support the Trans Pacific Trade Deal…

    …Oh yes, and “Mr. Constitutional Scholar’s” vote
    to turn the Constitution upside down by requiring 2/3 to vote
    to defeat – rather than approve – the deal.

    I mean, Cruz could “turn” on us
    at the behest of Goldman Sachs…right?!

    So, it’s a gamble either way.
    In a sense, we on the Right are blessed with such a “problem.”

    But, considering the overall picture,
    I’m more comfortable with Trump than Cruz.

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