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Rudy Giuliani Delivers BITTER TRUTH to Middle East Asylum-Seekers

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Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani had some bitter truth for Middle East migrants seeking asylum in the US.

Things are about to change under Trump, he said.

Terrorism is on the rise, Giuliani noted. And America, along with Europe, has failed to stop it because we refused to accept that radical Islam “is at war with us.”

“If they are at war with us, but we aren’t at war with them, then they’re winning,” he explained.

So, what lessons can America learn from the past eight years, and from the way Europe has handled the situation?

“You don’t let large numbers of people in from a part of the world where there’s a lot of terrorism,” said Giuliani. “It’s just common sense!”

Giuliani went on to point out that ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi even “told us” that he was going to use the waves of refugees to slip terrorists into our nations.

“We didn’t even have to think about it, and we let them in anyway,” he said.

Crime or War?

Another reason the US is losing the battle, said Guiliani, is that Obama had us playing by the rules of criminal law. Meanwhile, the terrorists are playing by the rules of war, or lack thereof.

“We are going to lose that” match-up, the mayor insisted.

Time For a Change

So how must Trump change the rules of the game?

“When you come from [that] part of the world, the burden has to be on you to prove you’re safe,” said Giuliani.

He continued with that bitter truth that asylum-seekers are going to have to accept once Trump is in office:

“You have no right to come to the United States. The United States Constitution doesn’t give anyone in this world the right to come to the United States. That’s a privilege that we extend to you.”

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