Trump on NSA: ‘We Have No Control Over Our Country’
“It’s a very bad situation. It’s got to be taken care of."
June 17, 2013 - 2:22 pm
Trump also touched upon the Benghazi scandal, taking issue with the New York Times for “hardly” mentioning it anymore.
“The various scandals that we’re talking about, whether it’s AP, which frankly was interesting because a lot of the liberal folks that felt so strongly about what they do, that was the thing that most resonated to them but you notice that it’s not resonating anymore or Benghazi, which should resonate and should really resonate, and it’s not resonating very much at all,” Trump said.
He also criticized the Obama administration for not taking any action against the terrorists who carried out the attack in Benghazi on Sept. 11, 2012.
“We know who did, we’ve learned who did it and there’s no retribution and it’s a little bit like this country, we’re not respected anymore. We’re just not respected, think of that,” Trump said.
“They do that to these great people, they’re our people, our ambassador and others and we do nothing, not only do we do nothing, not do we not help in a timely manner, which we should have been able to do but there’s no retribution for the people that did it.”