President Obama Confronted Dark Tone of Trump’s Acceptance Speech at RNC


Time: 10:44 p.m. CEST

President Barack Obama reacted on Friday during the common news conference with Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto to the dark tone of the speech Republican nominee for president Donald Trump offered after accepting the nomination. Obama denied the dark tone of the Trump’s acceptance address and said that does not match to the reality.

Obama said that U.S. would not going to make good decisions based on fears and that are not built on facts. After the Republican National Convention, which Obama did not watch, he said he read some of what has been said. Obama confronted the idea “that America is somehow on the verge of collapse.”

“This vision of violence and chaos, does not really drive with the experience of most people, ” Obama said after commenting hat Republicans has the opportunity to share their vision with the country.

The President explained, next week the Democrats will have an opportunity to “present their vision of the progress and how to make sure everybody has an opportunity and security in the future.”

But, on Thursday night, Donald Trump in his acceptance speech for the Republican nomination for presidential candidate, appealed to Americans the country is going out of the control and that situation requires even extreme actions to protect them.

“Our convention occurs at a moment of crisis for our nation,” an ominous-sounding Mr. Trump said, standing against a backdrop of American flags. “The attacks on our police, and the terrorism in our cities, threaten our very way of life. Any politician who does not grasp this danger is not fit to lead our country, “ Trump said as cited by the New York Times. Trump addressed the delegates of the Republican National Convention in Cleveland.

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