Fiery O'Connor Slams Obama: Talks About Brussels for 51 Seconds, Then Goes to Baseball Game
Radio host Larry O'Connor and Simon Rosenberg faced off on The Real Story over the United States' response to the latest terror attack.
ISIS suicide bombers killed 30 people and wounded more than 200 at a Brussels airport and metro station this morning.
O'Connor said that one person, or candidate, is not going to solve the problem and that the U.S. must lead a large, global effort.
He took issue with President Obama spending very little time addressing the attacks before continuing with his schedule of events in Cuba today.
"That's why I'm so troubled by President Obama deciding to spend 51 seconds talking about this in Cuba and then going to a baseball game with a Communist dictator who once supported terrorism," he said, adding that Obama needs to come back immediately to send a strong signal to our allies.
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O'Connor said Hillary Clinton's stance is not much better, criticizing her for supporting Obama's "refugee and open borders policy," which is similar to the policies in western Europe.
Rosenberg, a Democrat and former adviser to Bill Clinton's campaign, argued that Donald Trump wants to weaken the alliance between the U.S. and NATO.
He doubted that Trump could lead the coalition needed to defeat ISIS.
Watch the segment above.