suspend the Syrian Refugee Program




Published November 6, 2016
Thousands of ecstatic Trump supporters packed an airplane hanger at Minneapolis International Airport as Donald Trump made his most daring bid yet to flip a “blue” state to the Republican column. According to police, 5,000 people were allowed inside the hangar, but 17,000 had reserved for the event. Thousands gathered outside the fence — and more on the far opposite side of the airport, observing the event from a great distance, atop a dirt hill. Trump arrived in his trademark style, landing in his private plane and taxiing to a halt directly in front of the crowd. To the sound of “God Bless the U.S.A.,” he descended the stairway and waved to the crowd from the stage. Trump said. "When I’m elected President, we will suspend the Syrian Refugee Program – and we will keep Radical Islamic Terrorists out of our country." Trump said. "Here, in Minnesota, you’ve seen firsthand the problems caused with faulty refugee vetting – with large numbers of Somali Refugees coming into your state without your knowledge, support or approval and with some then joining ISIS and spreading their extremist views." Trump said. "You’ve seen the recent terrorist knife attack in St. Cloud." Trump said. "A Trump Administration will not admit any refugees without the support of the local community where they are being placed. And we will pause admissions from terror-prone regions until a full security assessment has been performed, and until proven vetting mechanisms have been established."

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