Republican presidential front runner Donald Trump has issued his view on many different foreign topics ranging from illegal immigration to the war in Iraq. Recently, Trump entered into the debate over Syrian refugees and like usual, he had some daring and bold things to say about the crisis. When Donald Trump talked with Fox News’ Eric Bolling on Cashin’ In about the issue he expressed his concerns about potential hazards.
During the course of the interview, Trump conveyed a deep and emotional concern about the potential of jihadists coming into the United States as well as other countries disguised as “refugees.” Trump was confused as he explained to Bolling “They were talking about 3,000 people coming. Then I heard 10 [thousand], then I heard 25 [thousand], then I heard 200,000 people. And Eric, if you look at this migration, it’s mostly men and they look like young men, and strong men, and they look like fighters.” Trump then asked the question many people were wandering themselves, “why aren’t they fighting for their own country-Syria?”
Trump believes “this could be one of the greatest military coups of all time.” He does not believe there will be a domestic threat by any military force that could overthrow the government. However, an unexpected threat or attack could be a possibility as he said “Some of [the immigrants] definitely in my opinion will be ISIS.” The Trojan horse could become a possibility as Trump warned, by attempting to be humanitarians and accepted thousands of refugees. The United States would be greatly unprepared for any attack started by a bunch of immigrants who may or may not be part of the Islamic State.
Later he commented on the extreme debt the United States (owing $19 trillion) and our weakened, old-fashioned, overburdened infrastructure. “Obama wants to bring 200,000 people here,” Trump said. “[I]f I win the election, they are going back. They’re going back.” Following the theory of a Trump administration, he would not allow the migrants to come into the United States and would urge against the migrants moving into any European countries. Instead, Trump would create and recommend “free zones, safe zones” in Syria for all the currently fleeing migrants. Even the countries surrounding
Syria aren’t “accepting anybody and they are right [there].” The United States is already overwhelmed with the amount of people here, including thousands of illegal immigrants. Yet, under Obama’s administration numbers obviously don’t matter and neither do the current citizens.