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Donald Trump unlikely to be President: Barrack Obama

Donald Trump unlikely to be President: Barrack Obama

India Blooms News Service | 17 Feb 2016, 07:29 pm
Washington, Feb 17 (IBNS) US President Barrack Obama took a shot at US Presidential candidate and a front runner Donald Trump and said he will not be a President, here on Tuesday.

Obama said he has a lot of faith in the people of America and their choices.

The US President said, "I continue to believe that Mr Trump will not be President and the reason is because I have a lot of faith in the American people and I think that they recognise that being President is a serious job."

"...It's not hosting a talk show, or a reality show, it's not promotion, it's not marketing, it's hard," he said.

"...And it's not a matter of pandering and doing whatever will get you in the news on a given day, and sometimes it requires you to make a hard decision even when the people don't like it."

"...And it requires you to work with leaders around the world in a way that it reflects the importance of the office."

"...Whoever's standing where I'm standing right now has the nuclear coach with him and can order 21-year olds into a fire fight."

He concluded with, "People are pretty sensible and will make a sensible choice in the end."

Earlier Trump ran out of favour with many after he said that Muslims should be barred from entering the US until the leaders figure out what is going on.

Donald Trump unlikely to be President: Barrack Obama

India Blooms News Service
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