During the event, a man who said he was from Connecticut told Trump about plans to relocate Syrian families into the community and let their children come to schools. When asked whether he'd be able to "look at these children" to tell them they couldn't go to school, Trump said: "I can look in their faces and say, ‘You can’t come here.’
"The crowd applauded his answer.
He called for Gulf States in the Middle East to take more initiative on resettling refugees, even with some American monetary support. He also added that many people who migrate are young men, with few women and children, and questioned how they are able to bring some possessions with them while fleeing.
"You see them on cell phones, where do they get their cell phones? This is a migration, they have no anything, but they have cell phones, with ISIS flags on them and worse," Trump said, asking how the those who migrate are able to pay for their cell phone bills.
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