Republican presidential nominee weighs in on the terror attack in Orlando on Monday morning's 'Fox And Friends.'
"Well I'm a big fan of the FBI, but certainly this does not make them look good," Trump said about the fact that the Orlando mass shooter had been investigated twice for ties to terrorism. "They had him under surveillance and it didn't work out. It is not easy, but we have to be very strong."
"I was right about the whole situation," he continued. "I was right about NATO with terrorism. Did you see? They're going to start a whole terrorism division... NATO is obsolete, that's what I said, I don't want congratulation. I want them to be tough and vigilant. Our government."
"We're led by a man [President Obama] who is very, very -- look. We're led by a man that either is not tough, not smart, or he has got something else in mind. And the ' something else in mind,' people can not believe it. They can not believe that President Obama is acting the way he acts, and can't even mention the words: Radical Islamic Terrorism."
"There is something going on, it is inconceivable. There is something going on," he said.
Trump says that he hopes the attack in Orlando inspires the gay community to "put pressure on our politicians," "because that is a very respected and very large community. I think you will see tremendous pressure now on these weak politicians who have no idea what they are doing. The man is weak, he has no clue, he doesn't know what he is doing, and Hillary Clinton is going to be worse than him," Trump said.