French President François Hollande, known primarily for his blasè attitude to the regular mass murders of French citizens by his imported Muslims, has informed the press that he find US Presidential candidate Donald Trump ‘sickening’.
French president François Hollande has said a victory by US presidential candidate Donald Trump could shift world politics to the right and that the real estate magnate made people “want to retch”.
Hollande said Trump’s “excesses” were sickening.
Hollande’s charged comments in regard to Donald Trump contrast sharply with his sleepy, unconcerned comments in regard to Muslim attacks on French citizens. In response to the Muslim attack on Nice in which 80 people were killed, Hollande mainly talked about his desire to go to war in far-off lands: “We will further strengthen our actions in Iraq and in Syria,” he said. He also mumbled vaguely about ‘unity.’
His response to the November Muslim attack in which 147 people were murdered, some tortured to death, similarly contained no particular criticism or denouncement of Islam or its followers. He also promised to keep the borders open for 30,000 more Muslims.
On the subject, however, of Donald Trump disagreeing with a Muslim on Twitter, a forceful and immediate denouncement couldn’t come quick enough from Hollande.