Knoxville, TN (CNN)Donald Trump on Monday focused on national security in a speech to a raucous crowd of nearly 10,000 people, days after the terrorist attacks in Paris sent shockwaves around the world and rippled through the 2016 presidential race.
Slamming President Barack Obama and Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton for not referring to the threat from ISIS as "radical Islam," Trump told his supporters here that it's time to "talk about" the threat and pledged a more aggressive response if elected president.
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"You hear the term radical Islamic terrorism. He won't say it. He won't say it," Trump said referring to Obama. "I mean you can't solve a problem if you refuse to talk about what the problem is. And he won't talk about it. I don't know what 's going on with this man. And you know who else won't talk about it? Hillary. She won't talk about it."