Trump Calls Clinton's Legacy "Death, Destruction, Weakness" in Leaked Speech

Trump Calls Clinton's Legacy "Death, Destruction, Weakness" in Leaked Speech
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22 July 2016
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CLEVELAND, Ohio - Republican presidential candidate for the White House Donald Trump today will say that his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton left a legacy of "death, destruction and weakness" after serving as Secretary of State during 2009-2013, in his acceptance speech at the Republican Party Convention (RNC).

"Hillary Clinton's legacy does not have to be America's legacy. The problems we face now - poverty and violence at home, war and destruction abroad - will last only as long as we continue relying on the same politicians who created them," says Trump according to the draft speech, which was leaked to reporters in Cleveland, Ohio where the RNC takes place.

Trump lashes out at Clinton's campaign for being a "puppet" of "big business, elite media and major donors" and representing a "rigged system".

"Hillary Clinton's message is that things will never change. My message is that things have to change - and they have to change right now."

Trump, according to the draft, will also criticize Clinton's proposals and legacy in foreign policy, immigration, trade, education and protection of the right to bear arms.

Trump will also propose an immediate suspension on immigration from all countries affected by Jihadist terrorism until the US has improved security mechanisms.

"We must immediately suspend immigration from any nation that has been compromised by terrorism until such time as proven vetting mechanisms have been put in place," Trump will announce according to the draft leaked to the press.

"My opponent has called for a radical 550 percent increase in Syrian refugees on top of existing massive refugee flows coming into our country under President Obama," Trump will state in his speech.

"She proposes this despite the fact that there's no way to screen these refugees in order to find out who they are or where they come from. I only want to admit individuals into our country who will support our values and love our people."

"Anyone who endorses violence, hatred or oppression is not welcome in our country and never will be," he will conclude the topic, according to the draft.

Trump's acceptance speech will wrap up the Republican Convention in Cleveland, an atypical convention marked by some major party figures refusal to attend, Senator Ted Cruz's affront and the controversy over the similarities in the speech held by the magnate's wife Melania and that of Michelle Obama in 2008.

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