Donald Trump Slams Pam Geller and Muhammad Cartoon Contest: 'It is Stupid'
Donald Trump doesn't mince words when speaking about Pam Geller and her Muhammad cartoon-drawing contest connected to the terrorists attack in Garland, TX.
Trump told INSIDE EDITION, "What is she doing? She's taunting people. I have absolutely no respect for her. She is putting people at great danger."
A heroic police officer took down the two Islamic terrorists; identified as 30-year-old Elton Simpson and 34-year-old Nadir Hamid Soofi.
Whoopi Goldberg commented on The View Tuesday, saying, "This woman is also responsible because you can't pour oil in the fire. I think it's just bad."
Pam Geller is a 56-year-old divorced mom of four who lives in New York.
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Some people see her as a champion of free speech, others as the leader of an anti-Muslim hate group.
Geller is making the rounds to defend herself, saying, "As far as Mr. Trump goes, he sure flaps his tongue and uses free speech and wishes to silence others - there's a war going on."
ISIS has claimed responsibility for the attack and warned of more attacks to come.
INSIDE EDITION's Megan Alexander asked Trump, "How does one, then, handle free speech and yet remain sensitive to everyone?"
He responded, saying, "Free speech is very important, but you want to be smart about it and you don't want to provoke people."
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