President Trump calls Manchester attackers 'evil losers'

"The View" co-hosts discuss the president's reaction to the attack.
3:04 | 05/23/17

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President trump. Called them evil losers. At and I just thought. Film at that was presidential enough to respond to this typical early talks but you know I can't harking back to President Obama who talked about the victims. And talk to an end didn't talk about the bomber necessarily bombers but talked about the victims and and and talked about how we as society society have to come together I was expecting clenching and I when Ashton said you know he wasn't strong enough. You know it's likely you can you can't losing and can't you can't win you know you can't win and this is not an argument you can women's it's apples and oranges. It's up to us. To start to expect to say we want want to tax and we are willing to stand in line and whatnot and it you know get mad at yeah I don't want you. You touch it way out that doesn't make me comfortable but acts. I will let you excite me. Yeah 'cause I'm in juvenile that I don't have anything on me when people are talking about it all that new ways people are trying to. It gets stuff done it on base they and Manchester had been mentioned they said this was a soft target they had they had set. These Kent this can be an issue and sometimes. You know like all of us. We don't really pay attention until we absolutely have to and that's unfortunately what we're looking at here to trump also just as a chump. Also sent I understand you didn't like that choice of where he had me it wasn't aggressive enough but then I read further he said dozens of innocent people beautiful young children savagely murdered in this heinous attack upon humanity. Called for crushing a hateful ideology there were other things that he said I broke out of hand. Administration has surprise. Above it and in these. Times and and become presidential and to call them evil losers not people don't feel it feel that a round what went a lot of people at home people who voted for him feel. That he saying what they wouldn't say they're saying at home and they're they're having a reaction a gut reaction and they're feeling that he's speaking their language in many ways and sometimes it's just. Real and authentic and it's not polished and it's not broke yup we're you know what I'm sorry I'm sorry let. When we fifth. You know. People got very angry because Obama was too articulate for that yet announced. They've sounds him over educated it's like look I want my president. To be one step Abbas yes fat. Okay. Having won several. Topics like I would tell them you don't want to hear president saying this stuff that would sack I. I'm I don't I don't know act now because. What it comes dance away if you're the president you if you the president a constant you have to speaks what that country when there's a certain and is. Yes you know well I agree I personally feel that way but I do also understand the point of people feeling like it will be like the fact that he just says what's on his lines and yeah I don't think anything has what's the word I'm.

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