Donald Trump on Saturday pointed a finger at President Obama and Hillary Clinton for this week’s coup attempt in Turkey and terror attack in Nice, France.

During his unveiling of Indiana Gov. Mike Pence as his running mate, Trump took the opportunity to blast Clinton and Obama for their foreign policy.

“We’re seeing unrest in Turkey, a further demonstration of the failures of Obama-Clinton,” he said. “You just have to look, every single thing they’ve touched has turned to horrible, horrible death-defying problems.”

Trump blamed the terror attack in France on the instability in the Middle East created by the two Democratic leaders.

“No matter where you look, and now it’s happening more and more and it’s never going to stop,” he said. “We need new leadership, we need new thinking, we need strength, we need in our country law and order, and if I’m elected president, that will happen.”

He also addressed the coup at the beginning of his remarks, taking pains to avoid revealing whether he supported the uprising.

“It looks like their resolving the difficulty, but we wish them well,” he said. “A lot of anguish last night but hopefully it will all work out.”


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