Rudy Giuliani slammed President Obama for choosing to attend a baseball game with Cuban President Raul Castro immediately after the terrorist attack in Brussels Tuesday.
Calling Obama’s actions “outrageous” on Fox News Tuesday, the former mayor of New York City said the president’s priority is to defend our NATO ally.
“It’s outrageous that the President of the United States is not in the Situation Room right now planning on how to destroy ISIS,” said Giuliani, who is no stranger to terror attacks — he led New York in the wake of 9/11.
Giuliani blasted Obama, saying, “And, what’s he doing? He’s sitting with a dictator watching a baseball game while innocent people are being killed in a war!”
“An attack on a NATO ally, in case the president ever read the treaty, is an attack on the United States of America. He has an obligation to defend that country. It’s just like an attack on us. I don’t know if he’s ever read the treaty,” Giuliani said. “The president’s knowledge of history is quite questionable.”
Giuliani lambasted the president for not being “up all night” developing a “plan to destroy ISIS,” but is ignoring his obligation as leader of the free world.
“Go tell those people who are dead in Brussels just how well Obama’s policies are working,” he said.
Watch Giuliani’s comments in the video below.
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