Donald Trump spoke with Neil Cavuto in May 2015, just after the Muslim terrorist attack on Pam Geller's "Draw Mohammed" contest in Garland, Texas, and on the eve of a Charlie Hebdo Memorial ceremony.
Trump on Geller: “[T]he last thing we need is an obnoxious blowhard like Geller to go out and start trouble, when there's no reason for it... This has nothing do with free speech. This is taunting. And all it does is cause trouble...”
Cavuto asked how Trump felt about the memorial for Charlie Hebdo: “Now, I have had satirical magazines over the years go after me. And what they do is use satire in order to not to tell the truth. They make it satirical. And this way, they can say anything they want about you. So, they were taunting, and they really taunted, and guess where they are right now?,” Trump continued, taunting the Charlie Hebdo dead.
His mother was a self-satirizing hamster and his father smelt of elderberries.