Its a dependable fact Republican presidential applicant and agent Donald Trump must parcel of money.
‘If I win, they’re going back.
“If I win, they’re going back, they’re going back”, Trump said.
“Did you ever see a migration like that?” he said, according to the Washington Post.
He also questioned the number of men among the refugees and why they were fleeing Syria instead of remaining to fight.
“This could be one of the great military coups of all time if they send them to our country – young, strong people and they turn out to be ISIS”, he told Fox News’ Eric Bolling. A 200,000-man army, maybe, that could be possible’. “I don’t know that it is, but it could be possible”.
In September, Secretary of State John Kerry announced that the US 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 plan faces significant resistance on Capitol Hill, where top GOP lawmakers have expressed concerns about the effort. “As the German government calmly says that it expects 800,000 refugees and asylum seekers in 2015, it is vital for the U.S.to step up its response”. Trump also said he would eliminate the estate tax.
“The USA has historically been the world leader in recognizing the moral obligation to resettle refugees”, Miliband added. “Well”, Trump said, “there’s a little truth to that”.
His remarks quickly became fodder for one of his chief presidential rivals. Trump’s response? “But we will if you have Trump – you watch”.
His comments received a quick rebuke from Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, who is also seeking the Republican nomination.
And then went on to take hardline stance on the Syrian refugee crisis.
Trump said President Barack Obama “looked like the JV” in his dealings with Russian President Vladimir Putin during the United Nations General Assembly this week. I don’t mind so much that they feel it’s cute to pretend to be stupider than they are, but I really resent their assumption that we are.
“That’s not to say our hearts don’t go out to people whose countries are being ravaged by war”, writes The Donald.
So far this year, about half a million people have undertaken the unsafe journey across the Mediterranean Sea to reach Europe, official figures show.