Donald Trump made waves at his rally Wednesday night by declaring that President Obama is the "founder of ISIS" and Hillary Clinton is the "co-founder."

At a speech in Miami Beach this morning, Trump doubled down on the comment, saying the "government has unleashed ISIS" in the Middle East. 

Trump said Clinton should be given the "most valuable player" award by ISIS

In a radio interview with Hugh Hewitt, Trump said his comment was not a "mistake" and that ISIS was created by the Obama administration's "bad policies."

"Everyone’s liking it. I think they’re liking it," he said about the response to his statement. 

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) called Trump's statement "so bizarre," saying he's like a "demagogue" who will say anything to stay in the headlines.

"They make their verbal poo poo anyplace to get attention," she said.

Clinton responded on Twitter Thursday afternoon: 

On Outnumbered today, Leslie Marshall pushed back on Trump's argument, saying that the roots of ISIS go back 20 years. She said that another factor was the Bush administration disbanding the Iraqi army in 2003. 

Sandra Smith said that there are real statistics and facts that Trump could use instead to make the point.

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