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Experts of the Republican National Security: Trump is President “dangerous”

PresidentFifty prominent national Republicans security officials, including a former CIA director, called on Monday party appointed Donald Trump is not qualified to lead the country and said it would be “irresponsible president in American history.”

The Declaration was the final rejection of the request for Trump for specialists of national security of former Republican fighters, and was characterized by the harshness of his language.

“Trump is not the character has to be values and experience, President. Weakened the moral authority as leader of the free world. It seems basic knowledge of faith and the constitution of the United States to be missing the US laws and US institutions, including religious tolerance, freedom of the press and an independent judiciary, “the statement said.

“Neither of us to vote for Donald Trump,” said the statement, which noted that some of the signatories have doubts about Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton.

“Is from the perspective of foreign policy, Donald Trump not qualified to be President and Commander”, the statement said, the first reported in the New York Times. “In fact, we are convinced that it would be a dangerous president and endanger our national security and the welfare of the country.”

The signatories, some of whom have worked for more than a Republican president, including former CIA Director Michael Hayden, who also directed the National Security Agency; former Secretary of Homeland Security, Michael Chertoff; former Director of National Intelligence, John Negroponte; and two former US Trade Representative Carla Hills and Robert Zoellick.

Other signatories include former top State Department, Pentagon and National Security Council officials, helped plan and monitor the US invasion of Iraq in 2003, Trump heavily criticized operation in Iraq, even if the radio host Howard asked Stern in 2002, whether it was for the invasion of Iraq, Trump said he he suspected.

The statement was organized by Philip Zelikow, who served as advisor to former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice.

Trump responded with a statement of the undersigned, members of mocking “Washington elite failed”, that “the guilt deserves to make the world a dangerous place.”

“These members – and Hillary Clinton – are the owners of the disastrous decision to invade Iraq, the Americans have to die in Benghazi, and they are the ones, the rise of ISIS allows,” he said, an acronym for the Islamic radical group state is used.

In response to the statements of Trump

The declaration shall quote to make any special comments Trump, but it was clearly a response to a number of observations on the need for NATO in question, his admiration for the Russian President Vladimir Putin expressed on a temporary ban requesting immigration of Muslims and attractive Russian private Server Hack email Clinton – who he later said was a joke.

Many of the signatories had refused to sign an open letter, published challenge the qualifications of national security Trump in March.

Stating that many Americans are by the failure of the Federal Government frustrated to solve national and international problems.

“But Donald Trump is not the answer to the United States and challenges for this ultimate choice is,” the statement said. “We believe in the Office Oval, he would be the most irresponsible president in American history.

Some experts call democratic foreign policy statement is reminiscent of the departments of the developer supply in New York within the Republican Party has planted.

“This letter is signed by those who remain in the internationalist wing of the party – many were former employees of the candidate, lost the main event of Trump that,” said Brian Katulis, a member of the Center for American Progress and consultants the Clinton campaign.

“Reputation Trump is not qualified to be commander in chief, is difficult, but also show the lack of character and understanding of our core values, is truly amazing,” said Tommy Vietor, a former spokesman for the National Security Council in the administration of Barack Obama. “That said, I think it is unlikely to influence many voters, but it could cover for Republican congressmen and donors who want the cable cut supply and move to Trump.” To the country on Monday Fifty prominent Republican officials of national security, including a former CIA director, he asked the candidate Donald Trump party not qualified to lead and said it would be “irresponsible president in American history.”

The Declaration was the final rejection of the request for Trump for specialists of national security of former Republican fighters, and was characterized by the harshness of his language.

“Trump is not the character has to be values and experience, President. Weakened the moral authority as leader of the free world. It seems basic knowledge of faith and the constitution of the United States to be missing the US laws and US institutions, including religious tolerance, freedom of the press and an independent judiciary, “the statement said.

“Neither of us to vote for Donald Trump,” said the statement, which noted that some of the signatories have doubts about Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton.

“Is from the perspective of foreign policy, Donald Trump not qualified to be President and Commander”, the statement said, the first reported in the New York Times. “In fact, we are convinced that it would be a dangerous president and endanger our national security and the welfare of the country.”

The signatories, some of whom have worked for more than a Republican president, including former CIA Director Michael Hayden, who also directed the National Security Agency; former Secretary of Homeland Security, Michael Chertoff; former Director of National Intelligence, John Negroponte; and two former US Trade Representative Carla Hills and Robert Zoellick.

Other signatories include former top State Department, Pentagon and National Security Council officials, helped plan and monitor the US invasion of Iraq in 2003, Trump heavily criticized operation in Iraq, even if the radio host Howard asked Stern in 2002, whether it was for the invasion of Iraq, Trump said he he suspected.

The statement was organized by Philip Zelikow, who served as advisor to former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice.

Trump responded with a statement of the undersigned, members of mocking “Washington elite failed”, that “the guilt deserves to make the world a dangerous place.”

“These members – and Hillary Clinton – are the owners of the disastrous decision to invade Iraq, the Americans have to die in Benghazi, and they are the ones, the rise of ISIS allows,” he said, an acronym for the Islamic radical group state is used.

In response to the statements of Trump

The declaration shall quote to make any special comments Trump, but it was clearly a response to a number of observations on the need for NATO in question, his admiration for the Russian President Vladimir Putin expressed on a temporary ban requesting immigration of Muslims and attractive Russian private Server Hack email Clinton – who he later said was a joke.

Many of the signatories had refused to sign an open letter, published challenge the qualifications of national security Trump in March.

Stating that many Americans are by the failure of the Federal Government frustrated to solve national and international problems.

“But Donald Trump is not the answer to the United States and challenges for this ultimate choice is,” the statement said. “We believe in the Office Oval, he would be the most irresponsible president in American history.

Some experts call democratic foreign policy statement is reminiscent of the departments of the developer supply in New York within the Republican Party has planted.

“This letter is signed by those who remain in the internationalist wing of the party – many were former employees of the candidate, lost the main event of Trump that,” said Brian Katulis, a member of the Center for American Progress and consultants Clinton campaign.

“Reputation Trump is not qualified to be commander in chief, is difficult, but also show the lack of character and understanding of our core values, is truly amazing,” said Tommy Vietor, a former spokesman for the National Security Council in the administration of Barack Obama. “That said, I think it is unlikely to influence many voters, but it could cover for Republican congressmen and donors who want the cable cut and deliver to Trump to move.”