When asked on a conservative radio show about known leaders of terrorist organizations, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump stumbled because he didn’t know the answer, reported CNN. He responded by saying it was a “gotcha” question and that he would just hire people who did know.
Radio host Hugh Hewitt asked Trump about the leaders of Hamas, Hezbollah, al-Nursa, and ISIS. Trump didn’t know a thing about any of them, and later said it was “ridiculous” that he was asked about such trivial things. Once again, Trump hid behind bombast and job interview jargon.
“I think it’s ridiculous. I’ll have, I’m a delegator. I find great people. I find absolutely great people, and I’ll find them in our armed services, and I find absolutely great people,” Trump said. “As far as the individual players, of course, I don’t know them. I’ve never met them. I haven’t been, you know, in a position to meet them. If, if they’re still there, which is unlikely in many cases, but if they’re still there, I will know them better than I know you.”
That seems to be Trump’s answer to everything: he says he’ll “manage” and “find great people.” Trump hasn’t given the American people an example of what a “great” person will be. He just continues to inflate himself and talk over everyone else.