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After Brussels, Piers Morgan Makes SHOCKING Admission About Trump & Obama

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Piers Morgan is a former CNN anchor that for years, annoyed the hell out of America’s conservatives. However, he’s back in Great Britain now, and following the terror attack in Brussels, he made truly shocking admissions about Donald Trump and Barack Obama after an interview with Trump himself.

In an op-ed piece for MailOnline, Morgan, who’s known for being pretty far left of center, expressed his disgust with radical Islam taking the lives of innocents, and he wondered, “How many more?” With that theme, he went on to blast Obama’s lack of response to ISIS while at the same time offering his support for the billionaire businessman whose taken this year’s election by storm.

“I’m sick of this, aren’t you?” writes Morgan. “Sick of feeling sick about such endless, senseless barbarism.”

“And the worst thing about it is that I see no end,” he added.

Morgan explained the problem is only getting worse as the financial and military resources of the enemy are growing stronger. He says the lack of “decisive leadership” is the cause of the Islamic State growing in size and strength, and pegs the blame for it squarely on Obama.

“Obama has zero interest in doing anything tangible to really deal with ISIS,” wrote Morgan. “This is now parked in the tray marked ‘next president’s problem.’”

Morgan went on to explain that every nation that’s allowed so-called “refugees” into their country without thoroughly vetted them has resulted in an “utter disaster,” and that European leaders are too weak and scared to actually do anything about the issue. He then pivoted to Trump, who he believes is the only person offering a concrete plan to finally defeat ISIS.

Morgan first explained Trump’s plans as would be heard from the mainstream media – outrageous sounding and nothing full of inaccurate rhetoric – then said that after actually talking to The Donald, “I found myself nodding more than I expected.”

Here’s more from Morgan’s piece:

Trump told me countries must tighten their borders in light of these terror attacks, especially to anyone related to an ISIS fighter in Syria.

Is he so wrong?

He told me he wants law-abiding Muslims to root out the extremists in their midst, expressing his bafflement and anger that someone like Abdeslam was able to hide for so long in the very part of Brussels he had previously lived.

Is he so wrong?

He told me America must make it far harder for illegal immigrants to enter the U.S. and thinks European countries should follow suit.

Is he so wrong?

He told me he believes there are now areas of many major European cities which have become poisonous breeding grounds for radicalized Islamic terror.

Is he so wrong?

I didn’t feel I was talking to a lunatic, as many seem to view Trump.

I saw a guy, a non-politician unfettered by PC language restraints, who is genuinely furious at the devastation which ISIS is wreaking, and seriously concerned for the security of his fellow Americans and indeed, the citizens of Europe.

(Remember, Trump’s from New York and felt the horror of 9/11 very personally and very deeply like all New Yorkers.)

His plans for tackling this extraordinarily dangerous threat to the world have been widely condemned as ‘bigoted’ and ‘racist’.

But although I publicly criticised him for the Muslim short-term ban suggestion, I’ve known Trump for ten years and I don’t believe he’s a racist.

I think he’s someone who has spent his life responding to metaphorical punches on his nose by punching even harder back.

And right now, he firmly believes that ISIS will murder countless more Americans and Europeans if somebody somewhere doesn’t stand up and punch them hard in the face.

Someone prepared to stop spewing politically-correct niceties after these attacks, hoping nobody gets offended, and actually DO something.

Hard to argue with him on this one, even if you’re not Morgan’s biggest fan. It’s great to see that even those on the far-left are waking up to the reality that the Islamic invasion we’re seeing is bad for every nation involved, and they’re willing to get behind the one person who will actually do something about it – Trump.

Love him or hate him, that’s why Trump is enjoying support from both sides of the spectrum – he refuses to live within the confines of politically correct culture, which isn’t based in the real world, and as such, has effective strategies for dealing with the numerous realities we all face.

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