Donald Trump says he can ‘practically guarantee’ who blew up EgyptAir flight

Donald Trump says he knows who blew up EgyptAir

Donald Trump believes he knows who blew up the EgyptAir flight that investigators are still examining.

On Friday morning, Trump said he could “practically guarantee” who “blew up” the plane, that was traveling from Paris to Cairo on Thursday morning.

While the cause of the crash has not yet been determined, investigators said terrorism seems a more likely cause than mechanical failures.

“Another plane was blown up and I can practically guarantee who blew it up,” the presumptive Republican presidential nominee said during an appearance on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe.”

Trump didn’t actually say who blew up the plane.

“And another plane went down and let me tell you, the mindset of a weak Hillary Clinton, which is four more years of Obama, is not going to do it for our country,” he added.

Trump also spoke about taking on radical Islam with more force.

“We cannot continue to let things like this happen,” Trump said. “We are being taken advantage of by radical Islamic terrorists, and we are, this world is changing.”

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“And another couple of planes go down, Mika, and you’re going to have a depression worldwide the likes of which you’ve never seen. Because nobody’s going to travel, there will be no anything. There will be no communication between countries. And you will have a problem the likes of which you’ve never seen.”

Trump added: “When you find out what happened to the plane, it will be exactly what I said. That plane didn’t go down because of mechanical failure.”

Written by Lisa Huyhn

Lisa Huyhn

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