President Trump To Bring Back Waterboarding- “You Bet Your Ass I’d Approve It”

Donald Trump appeared on ABC’s This Week to give his two cents on the issue of the Syrian refugees. He began by explaining that a database needs to be set up specifically for the refugees, because he sees something strange in their makeup.

When I look at the migration and the lines and I see all strong, very powerful looking men, they’re men, very few women and children, there’s something strange going on.”

Trump expressed his concern over a what he considered to be one of the greatest Trojan Horses of all time. ISIS has already made it clear that they will use the cover of Syrian refugees to infiltrate foreign lands, and have proven they are capable of doing so after the Paris attacks this month. Despite this, Barack Obama is has still decided to import 10,000 Syrian refugees without the ability to screen them for terrorist ties.

When asked about waterboarding, the presidential front-runner said, that he would be entirely for the bringing back of the method of extracting information from terrorists.

He said that waterboarding was nothing to what they are doing to the American people who are captured in foreign lands, citing beheadings and drownings.

Trump made an appearance in Columbus, Ohio, where he was asked about his strong position on waterboarding.

Breitbart reports that Trump said,

“This morning, they asked me a question. Would you approve waterboarding? Would I approve waterboarding? Would I approve waterboarding? Well let me ask you a question. On the other side, they chop off our young people’s heads, and they put them on a stick. On the other side, they build these iron cages, and they put 20 people in them. They drop them into the ocean for 15 minutes, and pull them up 15 minutes later. Would I approve waterboarding? You bet your ass I’d approve it.”

Donald Trump’s no-nonsense approach on handling national security has led support for the billionaire real estate tycoon to surge. This is a complete contrast to the current president, and former member of the ‘Choom Gang,’ Barrack Obama.

Obama built his first campaign on the promise of leniency for potential terrorists, by eliminating information gathering tactics like waterboarding because it was considered a psychological torture. He also promised to shut down a detainment center in Guantanamo Bay, and even secured the freedom of five senior Taliban leaders in exchange for one American soldier who was suspected of desertion.

The contrast between the community organizer and the successful business man can be seen on everything between the way they would handle the war on terror to the way they would handle illegal immigration.

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