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Trump’s family joins him on South Carolina campaign

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A family Trumpsgiving in South Carolina.

At a campaign event in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, on Tuesday, Donald Trump, who has spent the past week advocating for a mandatory database of Muslim Americans, ushered his rabid supporters towards that old Tea Party favorite: President Barack Obama is a secret Muslim. “There’s some nastiness, there’s some meanness there.Jeb Bush made his pitch as the strongest candidate to tackle both America’s enemies abroad and the problems with the federal government at home, just before voters take a break from politics for the holidays. The attacks have put national security issues back at the center of the presidential campaign, an area where Bush has tried to position himself as a more serious alternative to “outsider” candidates – such as Donald Trump or Ben Carson – who lack national political experience. Bush criticized the Obama administration for what he said was too restrictive an approach in attacking the Islamic State, or ISIS, within Iraq and Syria, because of a fear of inflicting civilian casualties.

In response, CNN reports, someone in the audience shouted out, “He’s a Muslim!” There she is. “The real greatest resource is all of you, because you have all those eyes and you see what’s happening,” Trump said. “People move into a house a block down the road, you know who’s going in. You can see and you report them to the local police.” “You’re pretty smart, right?” (Haha, well.) “We know if there’s something going, report ‘em.

Melania’s Slovenian parents also joined the mogul on stage, as did Ivanka’s husband, real estate developer Jared Kushner, after some additional cajoling. “Good evening. Domestically, Bush wants to reverse sequestration cuts on military spending, arguing that some Air Force pilots today are flying planes older than they are. “We’re sending 20th-century planes to face 21st-century dangers,” Bush said. “We can’t just talk about how great and strong we are.

He will be the best president ever,” said Melania, a native Slovenian, in a thick accent. “We love you,” she said, waving to the crowd, a red overcoat draped over her shoulders. But Bush has also drawn criticism because of his call for the U.S. to continue to accept Christian refugees from the Middle East but not Muslim refugees. While Trump’s wife and children have submitted to coverage in People Magazine and a recent interview with Barbara Walters, it was the first time the extended Trump clan had come together on the campaign trail. On economic policy, Bush said he would double the annual economic growth rate from 2 percent to 4 percent, a pledge economists have said is unrealistic.

Bush said Tuesday the goal is achievable through a combination of middle-class tax cuts and a reduction in the number of tax loopholes and deductions. Already, she has presided over the opening of a field office in New Hampshire and made a cameo on an episode of “Saturday Night Live” hosted by her father earlier this month. Several of Trump’s children stood by at a press conference in Trump Tower last month at which the candidate unveiled his new campaign book and Ivanka Trump confirmed plans for upcoming travel to Iowa. “He’s doing this for reasons,” Trump said of VanderSloot at the rally. “I’m trying to figure out what is the deal because I don’t get it.” He added of Rubio, “I don’t get him. Bush didn’t directly mention the GOP frontrunner Donald Trump, but he said he offered a choice for experienced “servant leadership” versus the more divisive rhetoric of candidates without a record. I think he’s probably nice.” He also defended his support for monitoring and shutting down American mosques to combat terrorism, saying, “A lot of things are happening in there folks — a lot of things.” “He’s a big hairy guy.

I love your soul.” At one point, Trump spotted a man in the crowd dressed as the candidate and invited him onto the stage. “I see this big, beautiful head of hair. Party officials called on Republican candidates to address the shooting of five people at a Black Lives Matter protest Monday night in Minneapolis. “South Carolina voters deserve a serious conversation about how Republican candidates plan to grow the middle class and keep America safe,” said Jason Perkey, executive director of the S.C. Democratic Party. “Instead, they are … alienating entire communities of voters, and inciting fear with irresponsible rhetoric.” Bush didn’t address the protest movement on Tuesday, but he did argue his policies as Florida’s governor helped minority communities. Gesturing to the man’s wife, the candidate declared, “She fantasizes that he’s the real Donald Trump.” “I don’t know what’s wrong with Obama,” said Trump. “There’s something we don’t know about. He told the story of a young girl named Danesha, who was held back in third grade twice at her Florida public school but flourished after she transferred to a Christian school under Florida’s corporate income tax scholarship program – in which businesses receive a tax credit for donations that fund private scholarships for low-income students.

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