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The Democrats should resist President Trump’s radical Islamic terrorism agenda, the former Democratic nominee for president said Tuesday.
In an interview with The Washington Post, former Vice President Joe Biden called for Democrats to resist the president’s “radical Islam” agenda, which includes a crackdown on Muslims in the United States and a crackdown of immigration from Muslim countries.
“I think they should do a lot of soul searching, and they should recognize the risks that are involved,” Biden said.
“I think there is a risk of this kind of thinking and thinking that we’re going to be so successful and be able to have so many people who are Muslim and who are Muslims in our country.”
It’s not something that you can just go to the polls and say, ‘I want to be an American.’ “
It’s just one of those things, it’s not a choice.
If you want to stop a terrorist attack, stop admitting Muslims into the country,” he said in the tweet. “
The president has used the term “radical Islamic terror” in several statements, including a tweet last week that said the “dangers” posed by Muslim immigration are “real and growing.””
The tweet sparked immediate backlash from Muslims across the world, with many condemning it as anti-Muslim. “
You are admitting terrorists into our country.”
The tweet sparked immediate backlash from Muslims across the world, with many condemning it as anti-Muslim.
Trump’s comments have prompted Democrats to push back on Trump’s rhetoric, especially in the wake of the deadly attacks in Paris.
But Biden, a Democrat who served as vice president from 2009 to 2021, also warned against “a knee-jerk response to a president who says we need to get rid of our enemies.”
“I just think it’s important for the Democrats to have a really thoughtful and a very, very thoughtful conversation about these threats,” he added.
“And there’s a lot more to say about what we can do to stop them, and how we’re protecting our nation,” he continued.
“There’s a long list of things we need.
We’re talking about ISIS, we’re talking to Russia, we have to do a whole lot of things, and I think there’s so much to say.”Read more: