Donald Trump is starting the New Year with a strong accusation, which as usual he has no evidence to back it—except his words in the air.
During his latest campaign rally in Mississippi, Donald Trump suggested the Obama administration loves the ISIS, something it created by allowing the extremist group to flourish—the reason why the administration has ignored his calls for the US to seize oil assets now owned by Isis.
He said: “I’ve predicted a lot of things, you have to say, including, ‘Get the oil, take the oil, keep the oil’. Right?” he said.
“I’ve been saying that for three years, and everybody said, ‘Oh I can’t do that. I mean, this is a sovereign country.’ There is no country!”
“They’ve created Isis. Hillary Clinton created Isis with Obama.”
As expected, that was not all—Trump went deep into foreign lands, accusing Iran of wanting to take over US ally-Saudi Arabia. And this is his understanding of the Iranian protests outside the Saudi embassy in Tehran, following the executions of 47 Sunni and Shia prisoners by Saudi Arabia.
Trump said; “In Tehran, they’re burning down the Saudi embassy, you see that?” he said. “Now, what this is is Iran wants to take over Saudi Arabia. They always have. They want the oil, ok? They’ve always wanted that.”