'O'Reilly Factor' Guests Clash Over Trump's National Security Credentials
Scottie Nell Hughes and Kevin Paul Scott got heated on "The O'Reilly Factor" tonight while discussing Donald Trump's national security policies and credentials.
Hughes said that Trump has been consistent on foreign policy, and she believes that he would be a strong commander-in-chief who would ensure that the U.S. has the most powerful and respected military in the world.
Scott, on the other hand, said that Trump is a great deal-maker, but making international casino deals is different than deciding when and where to deploy U.S. servicemen and women abroad.
"I like Donald Trump's clarity," Scott said. "I worry about his consistency. And I think ultimately our allies and our enemies abroad would worry about the same thing."'
Hughes countered that Trump would never strike a deal that's not smart and beneficial to the U.S.
"He's said that time and time again," she said. "Like MacArthur or Patton, he will go in when he needs to and get out when he doesn't need to be there."
Watch the "Factor" clip above.