Donald Trump defended his travel bans on six majority-Muslim countries in a press conference on Wednesday.
He did not elaborate on the specific countries, but said the countries that the President was referring to were the countries from which his executive order was issued.
The countries targeted are Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan and Syria.
“It’s not like I have to say these countries,” Trump said.
“These are countries that have no ties whatsoever to us.”
Trump said that the countries were the most dangerous countries in the world because they were not “people that we can go in and get rid of,” as he previously had done.
“We have to keep everybody safe,” he said.
“If you look at these countries, the most common thing that they do is they are very violent, they are terrorists.
They’re killers, and they are going to do anything to get to you, and we have to do everything we can to stop them.”
But the worst thing they do to us is they come in and they kill people.
We have to stop it.
“Trump, who was also asked about the ban on travel to the United Kingdom and to the U.S. from six Muslim-majority countries, called the ban a “bad decision” that will “kill us all.””
The most common mistake is a bad decision,” he added.
Trump also said he is “going to go through and try and get as many people out of those countries as I can,” while also acknowledging that he does not know how many of the countries targeted by his travel order are safe.”
They have not yet been verified, and I think they have a lot of bad people, and it’s going to be a lot,” Trump added.”
I have to figure out how to do that, and that will be part of it.””
You have to understand, there are people that are bad, and there are some bad people that have been approved,” he concluded.
The President also said that there are “some bad people” that are approved by the administration, but that he will get rid the people who are bad.”
There are people.
There are some people that were approved and approved and they can’t be, and if you look, the number one reason they’re approved, and the reason they were approved is because they’re good people,” Trump told reporters.”
That’s what the most important part of this, is we get them out of there and I will get them right, and you’re going to see a lot more bad people,” he continued.