Donald Trump isn’t one to shy away from what may be perceived as controversial comments.
That’s exactly what happened Sunday at a rally in Rock Hill, South Carolina. At the rally he addressed the Syrian refugee crisis and citied it as the main reason ISIS is getting into the west, and more specifically, America.
When the topic of these refugees came up, Trump said they:
“Could be ISIS … and by the way, it is turning out that they probably are ISIS … There’s so many men, they’re so young, they are very strong. Where are the women? Where are the children?”
Trump has long suggested the odd demographic makeup of some waves of refugees suggests ulterior motives within the group. Namely, that young men would be fighting to keep their homeland and not fleeing to another country if they weren’t in fact trying to commit acts of terror.
From NBC News:
GOP front runner Donald Trump said Syrian refugees are “probably” ISIS during a rally on Friday, and reiterated his message that the country wasn’t safe under Obama, NBC News reported.
Refugees from Syria “could be ISIS … and by the way, it is turning out that they probably are ISIS,” said Trump in Rock Hill, South Carolina. “There’s so many men, they’re so young, they are very strong. Where are the women? Where are the children?”
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