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Obama calls Republican anti-Muslim rhetoric troubling

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United States President Barack Obama has said that the anti-Muslim views of the leading Republican Presidential hopeful were causing much anxiety around the world.

Mr. Obama was speaking on the sidelines of the US-Asian leader’s summit which took place on February 15-16, 2016 in Sunnylands, California. Mr. Obama also had a special message for the Republican Frontrunner for the top executive post –He was unfit and does not match for the job he is seeking.

Mr. Obama was speaking on the sidelines of the US-Asian leader’s summit which took place on February 15-16, 2016 in Sunnylands, California. Mr. Obama also had a special message for the Republican Frontrunner for the top executive post –He was unfit and does not match for the job he is seeking.

Mr. Obama said that he believed that Mr. Trump will never become the president and he had full faith in the American people. It is not marketing or like hosting a talk show. Mr. Obama was probably taking a dig at Mr. Trump since he was the only presidential candidate in US history who has hosted a reality show.

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Mr. Obama will complete his second and final four-year term in 2016 said that the world leaders needs assurance that future President of the US will not be playing only to the crowds home because they also have their crowds back home.

He also added that it’s not just Mr. Trump whose rhetoric is causing anxiety around the world. Foreign observers are also troubled by some of the tough talks taking place in these Republican primaries and Republican debates

Obama was particularly critical of the anti-Muslim opinions which are being expressed at election rallies of the frontline Republican candidates. He felt that the focus is on Mr. Trump because of the brash and interesting ways of telling what other candidates are saying in a simpler manner.

President Obama also accused Mr. Trump of upping the ante in anti-Muslim sentiments and said that what Republican candidates have said is pretty troubling also. He hoped that such rhetoric will slowly fade away as the election campaign moved on.

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