On Friday, Donald Trump referenced the Islamic terror attack that left 14 people dead and more than 20 injured in San Bernardino, California saying, “It’s a radicalization like nobody has ever seen before … it’s a deep-seated hatred and President Obama is trying to make terrorism into guns, and it’s not guns folks, it is not guns, it is not guns. This is terrorism.”

“Hillary Clinton wants to abolish the second amendment essentially,” Trump said regarding Sunday’s deadly Islamic terror attack in Orlando, Florida, the deadliest mass shooting in modern American history.

Obama made references to increasing gun control measures as he initially reacted publicly to the attack while failing to acknowledge reports that the Muslim shooter pledged allegiance to ISIS, and went on a rant about the definition and usage of “radical Islam” as a “political talking point.”

“People in Paris, where you have the toughest gun laws in the world, in Paris, in France. In Paris you have the toughest gun laws in the world,” Trump went on to say of the 130 killed in the coordinated Islamic terror bombings and shootings in the city last November.

Trump also listed the death of five on a U.S. military base, mentioning it was a gun free zone. “A gun free zone often means carnage,” said Trump. The Chattanooga shooting at two military centers eleven months ago that left five dead and three wounded.

“We should declare war on ISIS,” proclaimed Trump. “It’s war. They are poisoning our youth through the internet. They’re thugs, they’re sick people.”