On Tuesday, President of United States, Barack Obama, slammed Republican presumptive nominee Donald Trump, saying that Trump is the one who's un-American, in response to Trump's recent attack after Orlando nightclub shooting.
Obama went after the billionaire businessman on live television. Obama's tirade is being viewed as an important development as it is the first time that a president has publicly castigated someone who could succeed him at the White House.
The US President's remarks clearly showed his disgust over Trump's response to the worst terror attack since 9/11.
Trump on Monday started the fight by hinting that in some way President Obama was complicit or approved of Islamic terror attacks, saying: "There is something going on."
Obama responded by saying that Trump's views are so extreme that he threatens the fabric of America itself.
"That's not the America we want," Obama said. "It doesn't reflect our democratic ideals. It will make us less safe."
The US President then went on to draw an implicit analogy between Trump's call for a ban on Muslim travel and the most "shameful" moments in American history when the people were mistreated by the government.
"If we ever abandon those values, we would not only make it a lot easier to radicalize people here and around the world, but we would have betrayed the very things we are trying to protect," Obama cautioned.
The real estate mogul responded to the President during a rally in Greensboro, North Carolina, saying Obama "was more angry at me than he was at the shooter."
"The level of anger, that's the kind of anger that he should have for the shooter and these killers that shouldn't be here," Trump further said, blasting Obama as a "lousy president" who had done a "terrible job."