Donald Trump has an unusual adulation for murderous dictators, and today wasn't the first time he admired Saddam Hussein's affinity for ridding himself of enemies, a.k.a. "terrorists." In fact he said much the same thing in February, 2016.
If you had Saddam Hussein - who was a bad guy and all of that, but he made a living off killing terrorists - now, if you want to become a terrorist, you go to Iraq, that's like the Harvard of terrorism, OK? So... look, it was not a great job.
Today, in his raspy, shrieking voice that sounds like an escaped asylum inmate, he promised to knock these terrorist types 'for a loop.' Once again, the apricot idiot said,
'Today, Iraq is Harvard for terrorism. You want to be a terrorist, go to Iraq, it's like Harvard, okay?'
No, nothing you say is okay. Your moronic raving verbal diarrhea was about 100 IQ points below the rally held by President Obama and Secretary Clinton.
The annoying anti-Semitic symbol-using slimeball was in high gear with his obsession with ISIS videos of decapitation. He can only speak about our inability to stop savage zealots from killing, except he fails to realize that they are mostly killing Muslims, the same people his ignorant ass wants to ban from entering this country. Ugh.
Clinton advisor Jake Sullivan released a statement a few minutes ago strongly reacting to Trump's praise for Saddam.
“Donald Trump's praise for brutal strongmen seemingly knows no bounds. He has applauded the strength China showed in the Tiananmen Square massacre, offered admiration for Kim Jong Un's murderous consolidation of power in North Korea, and consistently lavished praise on Vladimir Putin. Tonight, Trump yet again lauded Saddam Hussein as a great killer of terrorists, noting with approval that he never bothered to read anyone their rights. In reality, Hussein's regime was a sponsor of terrorism – one that paid families of suicide bombers who attacked Israelis, among other crimes. Trump's cavalier compliments for brutal dictators, and the twisted lessons he seems to have learned from their history, again demonstrate how dangerous he would be as Commander-in-Chief and how unworthy he is of the office he seeks.”