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Trump Says The U.S. Has No Choice but To Close Down Mosques

In an interview from Trump Tower on Fox News' "Hannity" on Tuesday night, Donald Trump talked about mosques saying the United States will have "absolutely no choice" but to close down some mosques where "some bad things are happening." He explained, "Nobody wants to say this and nobody wants to shut down religious institutions or anything, but you know, you understand it. A lot of people understand it. We’re going to have no choice."

Hannity asked Trump to explain his shifting position, and Trump argued "There’s absolutely no choice. Some really bad things are happening and they're happening fast. Certainly a lot faster than our president understands because he doesn't understand anything. He doesn't get it. Refuses to even call it by its correct name." When asked about the refugee crisis, Trump said "We can't take a chance. You know, if you take thousands of people, and again I hear it's going to be many more than what you're talking about right now. But if you take thousands of people, Sean, all you need is a couple. You know, you don't need 25, you don't need 100. Look at the damage done in Paris with just a few people."

In addition, Trump reiterated his call to "blast the hell out of" ISIL targets. Trump said, Interestingly after Paris, all of a sudden they start bombing sites that they knew about for a year and a half. But they started bombing them after the tragic events of Paris. So, so many things are wrong. We need leadership in the world now. You know, it's really a worldwide leadership, but boy, do we need leadership in our country."

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