“This is typical of Mr. Trump”, said Bush, who expanded his comments to indict Trump’s whole approach to immigration.
Speaking during a rally in Keene, N.H., Trump said he’s “putting the people on notice that are coming here from Syria as part of this mass migration”.
In September, Secretary of State John Kerry announced that the USA will accept 85,000 refugees from around the world next year, up from 70,000, and that total would rise to 100,000 in 2017.
The United States has taken in only a few 1,500 Syrian refugees in four years.
President Obama has already committed to at least 10,000 of those refugees being from Syria. McCain said. “Do we want to continue the barrel bombing, which is one of the reasons why 240,000 Syrians have been murdered?” ARIS MESSINIS/AFP/Getty Images Millions of Syrians, many risking their lives in crowded boats and rafts, have been fled their homes amid the nation’s civil war.
Donald Trump, on his views on the United States taking in Syrian refugees, has clearly emphasized his misgivings on the underlying effect of accepting the refugees into the U.S. lands. A 200,000-man army, maybe.
The Pentagon says Russian Federation has in recent weeks sent troops, warplanes and other military hardware to Syria.
Trump added: “You know, when you look at the migration, there’s so many men and there’s so many men that look strong to me”.
“If I win, they’re going back” said the billionaire, who is now frontrunner in the race to become the Republican presidential candidate. “They’re expecting 125 people tonight”, Trump taunted. “It’s true”, a fiery Trump said. “We need to make sure that we don’t have people that hate America in our midst”.
Yet when the host of Speakeasy flat out asked the real estate tycoon if his campaign catered to white American fear, Trump countered by gloating about the percentage of black supporters he has. “We have regulations and we have statutes that govern how we treat refugees in the United States“.
Kudlow, a former budget deputy in the Reagan administration, said he agrees with Bush’s stated goal of 4 percent economic growth, even though his father and brother never achieved that rate during their presidencies.