Trump pins the murders in Turkey, in Germany on radical Islamic terrorism


President-elect Donald Trump accused of Islamic terrorism for the deadly violence in Turkey and Germany on Monday and vowed to eradicate, regional, and global terrorist networks.

The authorities were still investigating the two attacks on Tuesday morning. Authorities in the German called, the truck attack on a Berlin Christmas market that left 12 dead and nearly 50 injured in a suspected “terror attack.” The White house had previously described the attack as an obvious terrorist attack as well.

Trump the Islamic state group, “and other Islamist terrorists said to constantly slaughter of the Christians in their churches and places of worship as part of their global jihad.”

Trump called the murder of the Russian Ambassador in Turkey a photo exhibition “a violation of all the rules of civilized order.” He added that a “radical Islamic terrorists” had murdered the diplomat Adrew Karlov.

He added that these terrorists and their regional and global networks “must be eradicated from the face of the earth” and promised the implementation of this mission with “all freedom-loving ner.”


He later tweeted: “Today there were terrorist attacks in Turkey, Switzerland and Germany — and it is only getting worse. The civilized world must change, think!”

In Zurich, the police said, three people were injured when a gunman opened fire in the prayer hall of a mosque frequented by Somali immigrants.

Trump vowed during the presidential campaign, after the Islamic state group to fill the but again and again rejected, the public on his plan.

Trump, the statements agreed with the Electoral College certified his victory, clearing the way for his Jan. 20 inauguration.

Trump also announced its candidate for the Secretary-General of the army on Monday and held meeting, a round transition.

He was expected to meet additional transition-to its Palm Beach, Florida, estate, Tuesday, and Wednesday.

His choice of army veteran and fellow New Yorker Vincent Viola, to army Secretary, is in the other billionaire in a leading role in the new government. Viola, a West Point graduate, joins a list of persons with a military background already bound for the closet. Trump’s picks for defense secretary, homeland security secretary, national security Advisor and Deputy national security advisers, retired military.


Viola was a visit to the first member of his family to college. He was trained as an Airborne Ranger infantry officer and served in the 101st Airborne Division. A lawyer, he started several companies, was bought by a billionaire and the Florida Panthers hockey team for $250 million in 2013.

Trump already has several prosperous business typed people for jobs, including fast food executive Andy Puzder as a Secretary, for the work of the Department, billionaire investor Wilbur Ross for trade, financier Steven Mnuchin for the Treasury and Goldman Sachs President Gary Cohn, as his top economic adviser.

Trump has yet to fill numerous other posts, including U.S. representative trade. Among those he met on Monday in his Mar-a-Lago estate of Robert Lighthizer, a Deputy U.S. trade representative in the Reagan administration, Trump’s aide-de-camp had said.

Trump spends Christmas with his family.

The President-elect also had dinner on Saturday at the Florida club with the Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim, is a surprising development of Trump’s harsh criticism of Slim during the presidential elections. Slim is one of the major investors in The New York Times, which is also a frequent Trump objective.

Neither Slim spare parts Trump, criticized the Mexicans, and has sworn that they build a wall between the U.S. and Mexico to stop illegal immigration.

Representatives for trombone and Slim confirmed for the dinner, first reported Monday by The Washington Post.

People briefed on the meeting said, it was arranged to open a friendly communication between the business people. The dinner was under the direction of the former trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski, who remains close to the President-elect, according to Lewandowski quiet visited Slim in Mexico city at the beginning of this month.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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