Republican Presidential Candidate Donald Trump says Muslim extremists are ''pouring in'' to America and blames gun control for high death toll in recent Paris attacks. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION). Republican Presidential Candidate Donald Trump on Monday warned that Muslim extremists were "pouring in" to the United States. Trump made the comments while addressing a campaign rally in Las Vegas, Nevada, a day before the Republican Presidential debate. "And then after Paris and after California, I now talk about Muslim extremists, radical extremists, something is happening but you have the radical Islamic extremists, they're pouring in, they're coming in, we have a lot of them here, we have to be careful. And by the way, I have so many great relationships with Muslim people. They know there's a problem, they want the problem solved, it's hurting them, it's hurting them more than it's hurting anybody they want it. But you have a president that won't even issue a term, he won't talk about when you say 'radical Islamist terrorist' he won't even say it, he won't even use the term and nobody really understands why," said Trump. Trump then blamed gun control in France for the high death toll in last month's Paris attacks that left 130 people dead. "Paris has the toughest gun control just about in the entire world, France has the toughest gun control just about in the entire world. If a few of those people that are now dead, if a few of those people had guns strapped to their ankles or strapped to their waists you wouldn't have the problem," said Trump. Trump will take part in the Republican presidential debate in Las Vegas on Tuesday.