Donald Trump Says Terrorists’ Families Should Be Targets

2 Dec 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Donald Trump Says Terrorists’ Families Should Be Targets.

“You have to take out their families,” the 2016 Republican front-runner said during an interview on “Fox and Friends.” “They care about their lives. Trump said Wednesday that in the battle against the Islamic State, the families of terrorists should be targets, saying they were using their relatives “as shields.” “We’re fighting a very politically correct war,” Mr. Last month, following the Paris attacks, the presidential hopeful made headlines after declaring his intentions of implementing a database to keep track of Muslims in the US. “I would certainly implement that, absolutely,” he said in on-camera comments.

Trump, who often calls himself the “most militaristic person there is,” has risen in polls recently amid fears of terrorism in the United States after the Nov. 13 attacks in Paris, which killed 130 people. The billionaire businessman also recently said that, as president, he would bring back waterboarding as an interrogation technique. “I think waterboarding is peanuts compared to what they’d do to us, what they’re doing to us, what they did to James Foley when they chopped off his head,” Trump said on ABC’s “This Week.” He has said the U.S. should monitor some mosques in the country, vowed to send back Syrian refugees, and said that he saw “thousands” of people celebrating in New Jersey celebrating on 9/11 — a claim that officials and news reports have vehemently denied. “We have a president that doesn’t know what he is doing,” Trump said of Obama, a Democrat. “All he’s worried about is climate change. It’s not gonna kill us at all.” Obama spent last few days at an international climate change summit in France, saying climate change is a “massive problem” but one the world is going to solve. Trump has increased his lead in the GOP race in recent days, according to the Real Clear average, which shows him leading retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson 28.3 to 18.8 percent.

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