• Trump Warns Of ‘Many More World Trade Centers’ If US Doesn’t Suspend Muslim Immigration

    Donald Trump argued Tuesday that there will be additional terror attacks in the U.S. if his temporary ban on Muslim immigration is not implemented.

    “We can be politically correct, but we have a problem in this country, and we should solve it because we are going to have many more World Trade Centers if we don’t solve it, many more and probably beyond the World Trade Centers,” Trump warned in his appearance on CNN.

    Host Andrew Cuomo insisted that Trump’s proposal to suspend Muslim immigration makes America look weak and claimed that banning Muslims justifies ISIS’ hatred towards Americans.

    “We haven’t had another World Trade Center,” Cuomo argued. “We haven’t had those kind of attacks, the security network has held up. And one of the reasons is our unity as a people and I don’t understand how you can see banning an entire religion as anything other than ‘we are what ISIS says we are’.”

    “We are at war with radical Islamic terrorism, whether you like it or don’t like it,” Trump contended. He cited a Pew poll indicating that 51 percent of Muslim Americans agreed that Muslims in America should have a choice of being governed under Sharia law.

    The billionaire businessman emphasized that the immigration ban would be temporary.

    “It’s until our country’s representatives can figure out what’s going on,” he said. “Now the problem I have with that is they couldn’t even build a website for Obamacare after spending $5billion, so how do they figure anything out? They can’t figure anything out.”

    Trump slammed President Obama for refusing to acknowledge that the United States is at war with radical Islam.

    “We have a president that made a fool out of himself the other night. He doesn’t even mention the term. He refused to use the term. Nobody understands why. If you’re not going to even use the term, you’re never going to solve the problems.”

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