During the many terror attacks that occurred in America under the Obama administration, the president gave short speeches and condolences.
But Donald Trump, despite not even being president, is about to take action.
President-Elect Trump is going to fly to Columbus, Ohio, to sit down and talk with individuals who were slashed in a knife attack by now-deceased student Abdul Razak Ali Artan. The homegrown terrorist, 18, hit students with his vehicle, knifed a dozen colleagues, and was quickly killed by a campus police officer.
It could be a politically potent moment for Trump, who made a hard-line immigration stance the center of his campaign. Following the attack, Trump tweeted that Artan, a legal Somali immigrant, should not have been in the country. And last week, in nearby Cincinnati, Trump said lax immigration policies enacted by “stupid politicians” led to the “violent atrocity” at Ohio State.
“We will do everything in our power to keep the scourge of terrorism out of our country. People are pouring in from regions of the Middle East. We have no idea who they are, where they are, what they’re thinking. And we’re going to stop that dead cold flat,” Trump told that Ohio crowd. “You just take a good look at what just happened in your state.”
Trump promised us that the era of a president who was “all talk, no action” was over — and he’s starting to prove it.
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