Yet another attempt to Mau Mau The Donald got smashed by the Trump Wrecking Ball yesterday: Donald Trump: 'I'll look Syrian children in the face and say they can't come' By Nick Allen, and Ruth Sherlock The Telegraph 09 Feb 2016
One man said he lived in Greenwich, Connecticut, where Mr Trump has a home, and there were plans to relocate Syrian refugee families there.Trump added.
He asked Mr Trump if he could "look children aged five, eight, ten, in the face and tell them they can't go to school here".
Mr Trump did not hesitate and said he could, which brought applause from the crowd.
He said: "I can look in their faces and say 'You can't come'. I'll look them in the face.
"Look, we don't know where their parents come from. Their parents should always stay with them, that's very important, but we don't know where the parents come from, they have no documentation. They may be Isil, they may be Isil-related. It could be a Trojan horse. If two per cent of those people are bad the trouble is unbelievable."As Matthew Richer observed for us in Donald Trump Can Seal The Deal In New Hampshire If He Campaigns Against The Refugee Racket this is a more sensitive matter in the area than the questioner probably knew
No city in New Hampshire has been hit harder than its largest city, Manchester, a once virtually all-white metropolis of 100,000 with low crime and a good public school system where all the students spoke English. That all began to change in the late 1990s when the U.S. State Department and the refugee contractors labeled Manchester a “welcoming city” for refugees…CNN’s account Donald Trump: I can tell refugees 'you can't come here' by Jeremy Diamond Mon February 8, 2015 adds some interesting detail
The consequences of refugee resettlement are most obvious in the public schools. Some 82 languages are now spoken in the Manchester school system, and refugee students are performing far behind their American peers.
Moreover, discipline has been a major problem with refugee children—something the Manchester School Department has been desperately trying to hush up
"I can look at their faces and say, 'Look, you can't come here,'" Trump said after 30 year-old Darren Ornitz of Greenwich, Connecticut asked...Darren Ornitz is apparently a photojournalist who actually lives in Brooklyn. The agenda he was pursuing at the meeting had nothing to do with the well being of the people of New Hampshire.
But Ornitz, who came to New Hampshire to attend different events with different presidential candidates, said… he was "not at all" satisfied with the response.
"The idea of being able to actually look at a child and say, 'You're not actually able to come live in my community because of political reasons,' or whatever, is just very off … It just perpetuates issues of division and discrimination…said Ornitz, who told CNN he is leaning toward supporting Sen. Bernie Sanders in the Democratic primary.