Jeb Bush: Trump’s vow to send back Syrian refugees ‘a horrible thing’

Washington and its allies blame Assad for the mayhem in Syria, where four years of bloodshed have killed more than 240,000 people, and fueled a massive outflow of desperate refugees.

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The Rev. Kevin Jessip, president of Global Strategic Alliance, told The Christian Post back in September that his ministry has initiated a “Fostering Families” program that is calling on over 1,000 churches in America to take in persecuted refugees.

But his plan’s focus on reducing US business income tax – from the top bracket of 35% today to 15% under Trump – could also yield a windfall for the United States government.

Last month, Secretary of State John Kerry said the USA would significantly increase the number of migrants it takes over the next two years.

“I think that’s a good idea”, a naive man who’s all in for Hillary answers. Ideally, candidates enter the race with a respectable bloc of support and an even bigger audience of voters who are to supporting them.

“I’m putting the people on notice that are coming here from Syria as part of this mass migration”, Mr Trump said during a rally in Keene, New Hampshire.

I would say that’s shocking, but, I mean, if it is, I’m still not voting for Donald Trump, he’s a caricature”.

Trump has previously said the refugee crisis in the Middle East “could be one of the greatest tactical ploys of all time“.

We took a closer look at Trump’s website and discovered another form you might get in the mail”, Wilmore said. “That could be possible”.

Jeb Bush, one of Mr Trump’s 10 rivals for the Republican nomination, said he should showsome sensitivity” to something that is a “serious challenge”. “Well”, Trump said, “there’s a little truth to that”. The vast majority of them live in camps in neighboring countries such as Lebanon and Egypt. a few are also seeking refuge in Europe, and a small fraction have come to the U.S.

In a CNBC interview, Trump once again shot down a question about him being racist, saying he has the support of “many, many blacks”.

Sending the Syrian refugees back to Syria is more inclined to his immigration policy. They’re expecting 125 people tonight’.

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The comment infuriated the large Latino community in the United States, whose support is key to win the election.

Republican presidential candidate businessman Donald Trump talks during a campaign stop Wednesday Sept. 30 2015 in Keene N.H