Yesterday in New Hampshire, Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump announced that if he wins the presidency, Syrian refugees are “going back“.
“I’m putting people on notice that are coming here from Syria as part of this mass migration, that if I win, they’re going back”, Donald said at an appearance at Keene High School in NH on September 30. That if I win, they’re going back.
President Obama has already committed to at least 10,000 of those refugees being from Syria.
Fans applauded yesterday as the mop-haired Republican made the shock claims at a packed rally in New Hampshire.
An immigration lawyer, David Leopold of Cleveland, said Trump’s effort to return refugees would be hard to apply to anyone who became a legal permanent resident.
“They could be ISIS, I don’t know“, Trump said. “What the hell do we care?”
Trump spoke of rumors that the us wants to take in 200,000 Syrians, and warned that they “could be ISIS”, however.
He expressed outrage that the USA would want to take in 200,000 Syrian refugees – a policy reversal from earlier this month when he told Fox News that the U.S. should take in more refugees on a “humanitarian basis”.
But at Wednesday’s event, Trump suggested that Syrian refugees could be using their migration as a “tactical ploy” to build up a large army.
If he falls behind in the polls, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump says he’ll drop out of the race in deference to the front-runner. As many as nine million people have been displaced, including more than four million who have fled the country, according to the UN. They hate more than anybody in this room hates their neighbor. The USA now accepts up to 70,000 refugees per year.
As for the other candidates on the survey result from USA Today, after Rubio’s 9 percent result, Jeb Bush, last two month’s second placer on the survey, had only received a single digit result of 8 percent, followed by Texas Sen. “Young people now enlist, thinking they’re signing up to protect America, and end up responding to and end up responding to a palace coup in a country few ever heard of”.
“I would have done a good job with the team, but I wouldn’t be doing what I’m doing now”, Trump said.