GOP frontrunner Donald Trump is standing firm in his migration stance, saying that Syrian refugees in the United States will be returned if he is elected president.
“I’m putting people on notice that are coming here from Syria as part of this mass migration, that if I win, they’re going back!” Trump said to a crowd at a New Hampshire town hall.
Trump used the term “migration,” instead of terms that are favored by President Barack Obama and other progressives, such as “refugee” or “immigrants.”
Trump had addressed the refugee and migration crisis two weeks ago, by saying something must be done but “we have to get other people to help us.”
According to NBC News, this is Trump’s 14th visit to New Hampshire.