“There are no indications to a wider conspiracy so far.” President Barack Obama pronounced these words during a live television speech to the nation. Obama talked about the tragedy in Orlando again, where a man opened fire in a gay club killing 50 people and leaving 50 others injured. Addressing the LGBT community, Obama said they “are not alone.” “America has allies, friends, and they are with you – Obama said -. I pray for you.”
Again, US President has invoked rules that will make “access to” weapons more difficult for those who want to kill Americans. “We cannot prevent every tragedy, but there are possible rules of common sense compatible with the Second Amendment,” he said, pointing out again that “[i]f you are not allowed to get on a plane, you cannot be allowed to buy a gun.”
“Our mission is to destroy Isil,” Obama repeated, keen to emphasize that now the terrorist group is under “more pressure than ever.” “There is no confusion about who our enemies are” and the use of the expression ‘radical Islam’ is not a strategy,” was Obama’s harsh answer to those who, like the Republican candidate Donald Trump, criticize him for not wanting to use the term ‘radical Islam’.
Although Trump’s nname has never been mentioned, it is against him that Obama launched a harsh attack, bringing up the words of the Republican candidate who proposed to ban Muslims from entering the United States. In a particularly passionate speech, Obama defended his own position, stating that such a proposal betrays American values. “We do not have religious tests here, this is America,” he said.