Democrats speaking about world that does not exist: Trump
Sharpening his attack on Democratic leadership, Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has said his rival party leaders were speaking about "a world that does not exit" even as he set out a "different vision" for the US.
Philadelphia: Sharpening his attack on Democratic leadership, Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has said his rival party leaders were speaking about "a world that does not exit" even as he set out a "different vision" for the US.
"At Hillary Clinton's convention this week, Democrats have been speaking about a world that doesn't exist," he said hours before Clinton was scheduled to deliver her historic acceptance speech as the Democratic party's presidential nominee.
"A world where America has full employment, where there's no such thing as radical Islamic terrorism, where the border is totally secured, and where thousands of innocent Americans have not suffered from rising crime in cities like Baltimore and Chicago," Trump said yesterday.
Trump proposed a "different vision" for the US, "one where we can break up Washington's rigged system, and empower all Americans to achieve their dreams."
"In our vision, we will put America First. If we deliver this change, the future is limitless and we will Make America Great Again for everyone," he said.
"In the Democrats' fantasy world, there is no problem with Hillary Clinton maintaining an illegal, exposed server full of classified information that could have been hacked by any foreign enemy, and in which Hillary Clinton risked prison time to delete 33,000 emails that were simply about yoga and wedding planning," he said.
"In this world, there is no Hillary Clinton disaster in Syria, Libya and Egypt, ISIS doesn't merit a mention, Iran isn't on the path to nukes, convention stages don't need American flags, and our great men and women of law enforcement, our police, do not need to be honoured," Trump alleged.
Meanwhile the Republican National Committee (RNC) released a new video entitled 'The Truth' which alleges how a rigged system has gotten Clinton off the hook despite her sending classified information over her secret email server and repeatedly lying about it.
"For decades, Hillary Clinton has been embroiled in scandals caused by her own lies and unethical behaviour, and Americans have had enough of it," said RNC Chairman Reince Priebus.
"From Whitewater to Benghazi to her secret email server, Hillary Clinton has proven over the course of decades that she doesn't have the honesty or integrity to be entrusted with the nation's highest office. It's time to break from a Democrat establishment which has protected her for years and elect someone who will bring true change to Washington in Donald Trump," Priebus said.