Donald Trump responded to the murder of an elderly French priest, the latest in a string of jihadist attacks to rock the country, by saying Wednesday that "France is no longer France."
During a news conference in Florida, the Republican presidential nominee brought up the attack on a church in Normandy, and said a friend who recently visited the country told him: "I wouldn't go to France. I wouldn't go to France. France is no longer France."
"They won't like me for saying that," Trump added, "but you see what happened in Nice. You see what happened yesterday with the priest, who is supposed to be a spectacular man. France is no longer France."