Trump calls German chancellor's immigration moves ‘insane’
Donald Trump says German Chancellor Angela Merkel's decision to accept thousands of Syrian refugees is 'insane."
“They’re going to have riots in Germany,” the Republican presidential hopeful said in an interview aired Sunday on CBS's "Face the Nation." “I always thought Merkel was, like, this great leader. What she’s done in Germany is insane. It’s insane… letting in that many people."
Donald Trump: I'd 'get along very well with' Vladimir Putin
Donald Trump says he and Russian President Vladimir Putin are "very different" -- but the two share at least a couple of bonds.
Namely: They both dislike President Barack Obama. And they both drew a huge audience to a single episode of "60 Minutes."
The two drew 20 million viewers to a September episode of CBS' staple Sunday night show. And Trump had that in mind when asked about Putin on CBS' "Face the Nation" Sunday.
"I think the biggest thing we have is that we were on '60 Minutes' together and we had fantastic ratings. One of your best-rated shows in a long time," he joked. "So that was good, right? So we were stable mates."
Otherwise, he said of Putin, "I think we are very different" -- even though they'd get along.
"I think that I would at the same time get along very well with him. He does not like Obama at all. He doesn't respect Obama at all. And I'm sure that Obama doesn't like him very much," Trump said. "But I think that I would probably get along with him very well. And I don't think you'd be having the kind of problems that you're having right now."
Donald Trump: 'I feel much better being armed'
Donald Trump has a concealed weapon permit and says he "sometimes" carries a firearm.
"I will tell you, I feel much better being armed," the billionaire businessman said Sunday in an appearance on CBS' "Face the Nation."
Trump added, if teachers or others in classrooms were armed, it could help stop the rash of school shootings.
"Had somebody in that room had a gun, the result would've been better," the Republican presidential front-runner said of a recent campus shooting in Oregon.
Islamic State figures killed in air strike; Baghdadi not believed among them
Eight senior figures from Islamic State were killed in an air strike while meeting in a town in western Iraq, but the group's reclusive leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi did not appear to be among them, residents of the town and hospital sources said.
Iraq said on Sunday its air force had hit the meeting and had also struck a convoy that was carrying Baghdadi to attend it. It said Baghdadi had been driven away from the convoy in an unknown condition.The Iraqi military's announcement was the latest unconfirmed report of the possible death or injury of Baghdadi, who has survived a year of U.S.-led air strikes and multi-sided wars in two countries since proclaiming himself caliph of all Muslims after his forces swept through most of northern Iraq last year.
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