Donald Trump contrasts President Obama's reluctance to say radical Islam and his treatment of Israel and what explains the kind of "double standard" it signals.
"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," Trump said last Monday.
"I don’t believe anything," Trump answered when O'Reilly asked if he thought there was a "personal component inside the president’s personality that sympathizes with the Muslim world."
"I see things," Trump continued. "And whether it’s the Iran deal, whether it’s not wanting to mention the words 'radical Islam' or 'radical Islamic terrorism' or other things, Bill. You look at what’s going on. I mean it’s not a question of what I think. But you look at facts. This isn’t thinking, this is facts."
"I look at what he does and I look at what he says," Trump said Monday on The O'Reilly Factor "And I look at what he doesn’t say. Why isn’t he willing -- how do you solve a problem if you’re unwilling to discuss it or unwilling to name it?"
"I don’t believe it," Trump said. "I do say, though, when I see a deal like was made with Iran, this horrible, horrible deal where we’re giving them back $150 billion. To the best of my knowledge, and I tell you what, I studied that thing pretty closely. We’re getting almost nothing out of it. They’re going to end up with their nuclear weapons and lots of other things whenever they want. And then I see the way he treats Israel. I say wow, what’s the -- there seems to be a double standard. I’m not happy about it. A lot of other people aren’t happy about it. I can tell you the people in Israel are not happy about it. So I look at things and I see what’s going on. And I’m a common sense person. And I don’t like it. I don’t like it. I don’t like it one bit.”
"Well it bothers me when he’s afraid or doesn’t want to mention the words: 'radical Islamic terrorism,'" Trump said.