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US president-elect Donald Trump says will build safe zones in Syria

To protect the US from terrorism and extremism, Donald Trump said he will suspend immigration and refugee admissions from regions where they cannot be safely processed or vetted.

By: PTI | Washington |
December 17, 2016 1:14:22 am
Donald Trump, US Syria, US Syria, US elections, US Islamic State, news, latest news, world news, international news “We don’t have money. We owe USD 20 trillion. I will get the Gulf states to give us lots of money and we’ll build and help build safe zones in Syria so people can have a chance,” Donald Trump said (Source: AP)

US president-elect Donald Trump has said he will build safe zones in Syria and will make the Gulf states to pay for it. “We will build safe zones in Syria,” Trump said at a post-election victory rally in Pennsylvania last night.

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“When I look at what’s going on in Syria it’s so sad, it’s so sad. And we’ve got to help people. And we have the Gulf states. They have nothing but money,” he said.

“We don’t have money. We owe USD 20 trillion. I will get the Gulf states to give us lots of money and we’ll build and help build safe zones in Syria so people can have a chance,” Trump said, giving an inkling into his plan in the Middle East. To protect the US from terrorism and extremism, Trump said he will suspend immigration and refugee admissions from regions where they cannot be safely processed or vetted.

“We will keep radical Islamic terrorists the hell out of our country. We’ll keep them out. We’ve got enough problems. We’ve got enough problems, right? We’ve got to bring our jobs back. We don’t want problems,” he said.

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