In the wake of the EgyptAir Flight 804 crash earlier this week, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are having a war of words through social media and speeches over who is better equipped to lead America against organized terrorists.
Adam Goodman and David Tafuri, Former State Department Official with the Obama Administration, joined host Eric Bolling on The O’Reilly Factor to discuss the political implications here in the United States.
“You’re seeing what this election is all about,” said Goodman, calling this a visceral election with new, emerging themes as November approaches.
Donald Trump has shown command of the audience and his message in recent weeks, specifically at an NRA event earlier this week where he discussed the EgyptAir crash and its links to terrorism.
Of Clinton’s foreign policy, Goodman notes a list of failures. “She is defending a record of foreign policy that has led this country into peril and more of a defenseless position, as opposed to what Donald Trump has done… he’s demanding what must be done. We’re looking for strong, determined, clear-headed leadership at the top.”
As more conversations turn toward national security and foreign policy, many are questioning which presumptive presidential candidate will be feared more by terrorists.
“You may not always like what Donald Trump says, but you’ll love what he’s going to do for America,” said Goodman.