TRUMP: Well, it sounds like, here we go again.
"In the attack, a truck plowed into pedestrians in the portside city of Nice and reportedly killed several dozen people during a celebration of Bastille Day".
Later Thursday, Trump said in a Fox interview that terrorist organizations are creating increasingly violent schemes.
"I would, I would". If you look at it, this is war. "We have countries in North Atlantic Treaty Organisation that don't make a fair contribution", he said. "You never know - it's still my dad!" he said, laughing.
Trump is cutting it close; running mates are usually in place by the launch of conventions.
The same Twitter user insisted that what Donald Trump did was an indication of "self-serving narcissism" since he could have at least waited for the bodies to get "cold" before making such announcement. But, she argued, greater intelligence gathering, not military force, was necessary. "I would be very focused on the intelligence surge".
Trump criticised President Barack Obama for not using the words "radical Islamic terror". The governor has strong ties to billionaire donors Charles and David Koch, including current and former staff members who have worked for them. As speculation about his future swirled, he calmly answered questions about the selection process on Facebook Live, saying he had told Trump the choice was between having "two pirates on the ticket or a pirate and a relatively stable, more normal person".
"It's bedlam", the presumptive Republican nominee said.
"I would not short-circuit the vetting process", Clinton said. We are in a world war scenario.
Obama did not map out a response in his statement on the France attack, but called it a "horrific terrorist attack".
The Indianapolis Star reported that Trump is planning to pick Pence and that the Indiana governor is prepared to forgo his plans to run for a second term. Right now we have more investigations of this kind going on than we've ever had in the history of our country and we're going to allow thousands and tens of thousands of more people coming in and then you see a situation like in Nice, France.
Other notable political figures stood in solidarity with those affected by the attack.
The Senate majority leader, Sen.
"I would not allow people to come in from terrorist nations".
"We have listened to Donald Trump over the past year and we have concluded: Trump would be a disaster for innovation", reads the letter, which is signed by such luminaries as Apple cofounder Steve Wozniak, EBay founder Pierre Omidyar and Qualcomm executive chairman Paul Jacobs.