Trump Says London, Paris Are ‘No Longer Recognizable’ Due To ‘Jihad’ Admissions

There is a reason London and Paris are not recognizable anymore, former President Donald Trump said last week. According to him, the inundation of “jihad” has caused the two nations to be “no longer recognizable.”

Trump made the remarks during his speech at a campaign rally in Wisconsin on Wednesday, warning that the U.S. should be wary of following a similar path.

Saying that his comments would get him “into a lot of trouble with the folks in Paris and the folks in London,” the Republican presidential candidate stated, “We’ve seen what happened when Europe opened their doors to jihad. Look at Paris, look at London — they’re no longer recognizable. They are no longer recognizable, and we can’t let that happen to our country.”

“We have incredible culture, tradition — nothing wrong with their culture, their tradition — we can’t let that happen here and I’ll never let it happen to the United States of America,” he continued.

Trump has made similar remarks about Paris in the past. After a terrorist attack happened in the French capital back then, he said that “They have areas in Paris where it is so radicalized and so vicious … that the police refuse to go there.”

“That’s what’s going to happen with our country,” he warned.

At the time, he caused outrage for saying that “London and other places … are so radicalized that the police are afraid for their own lives.”

Trump has always been against the mass admission of people from Muslim-majority countries into the U.S. When he took office in 2017, he signed an executive order suspending or severely limiting people from these countries from being allowed into the U.S.

The GOP presumptive nominee has promised to bring back the travel ban if he gets reelected into the White House.

“When I return to office, the travel ban is coming back even bigger than before and much stronger than before. We don’t want people blowing up our shopping centers. We don’t want people blowing up our cities, and we don’t want people stealing our farms. So it’s not gonna happen,” he stated.