Politics Terrorists for the Islamic State (ISIS) will not be going back to the United States thanks to a travel restriction that has actually banned nearly all migration from a handful of terrorist-ridden counties, President Trump stated on Sunday.
While announcing that the U.S. Armed force had captured and eliminated ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, Trump said ISIS terrorists leaving Syria will not be stepping foot in America, mentioning his “really efficient” travel restriction that was discovered to be constitutional by the Supreme Court in 2015.
” They’re 8,000 miles away,” Trump stated. “Now maybe they can get here, but we have actually done extremely well with homeland security and the restriction which by the way is approved by the United States Supreme Court, as you know.”
” We have an extremely reliable ban,” Trump continued. “It’s extremely hard for individuals to come to our country. But it’s numerous countless miles away.”
Trump blasted the leaders of Germany, France, and the United Kingdom for declining to take back their ISIS terrorists, stating that he will not enable the American taxpayer to subsidize the cost of apprehending terrorists who did not originate from the U.S. He said:
The European nations have actually been an incredible frustration because I personally called … ‘Take your ISIS fighters’ and they didn’t want them They stated we do not want them. They originated from France, they came from Germany, they originated from the U.K. They originated from a lot of countries. And I in fact stated to them ‘If you don’t take them, I’m going to drop them right on your border and you can have fun recording them again.’ [Emphasis added]
The United States taxpayer is not going to pay for the next 50 years … we’re not going to pay tens of billions of dollars due to the fact that we sufficed to catch individuals that wish to return to Germany, France, the U.K., and other parts of Europe. And they can walk back. They can’t walk to our nation [Emphasis added]
Indeed, Trump’s travel restriction has actually been the most effective legal migration reform that the president has actually enacted into law. Through the refugee resettlement program– which Trump has actually lowered to the lowest admission rate in history– less than 7,000 refugees from Chad, Iran, Iraq, Libya, Syria, and Yemen have been confessed to the U.S. because Trump was inaugurated.
Particularly, the U.S. has admitted only one refugee from Libya, 10 refugees from Chad, 1,335 refugees from Iran, more than 2,800 refugees from Iraq, 21 refugees from Yemen, and nearly 2,600 refugees from Syria given that January 20, 2017.
The huge majority of these refugees– 5,345 of the 6,830 admissions– were given the U.S. in 2017 when Trump’s travel restriction was being challenged in court. In 2018, less than 250 refugees from travel restriction countries were admitted together with less than 1,300 confessed this year.
Compare these figures to former President Obama’s refugee admissions from travel ban countries in between January 2014 and October 2016, when practically 64,000 refugees were given the U.S. Across the last three years of the Obama administration, more than 15,600 refugees got here to the U.S. from Syria– more than double the overall variety of refugees confessed from travel ban countries in Trump’s very first 3 years in workplace.
John Binder is a press reporter for Breitbart News. Follow him on Twitter at @JxhnBinder.