Trump: I Come Out With ‘Non-Politically Correct Statements,’ ‘Then You Have Attacks Like This,’ ‘We’re So Weak’

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On Thursday’s broadcast of the Fox News Channel’s “On the Record,” while reacting to the attacks in Nice, France, presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump stated “when I come out with my non-politically correct statements, that a lot of people love, and some people are so terrible, and then you have attacks like this and so many other attacks.” And that “I would not allow people to come in from terrorist nations. I would do extreme vetting. I would call it extreme vetting, too.” Trump said, “[I]t sounds like here we go again. It’s going to be a whole different world. We’re living in a whole different world. There is no respect for law and order. There is no respect for anything or anybody. And this has to be dealt with very harshly. And, when I come out with my non-politically correct statements, that a lot of people love, and some people are so terrible, and then you have attacks like this and so many other attacks. I mean, let’s see what happens with this one. It’s early to tell. But I would think that perhaps you’re not wrong the way you started this question. We have to get awfully