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Trump On Pro-Hamas Demonstrations: “Any Student That Protests, I Will Throw Them Out Of The Country”

Former President Donald Trump has pledged to expel foreign students involved in anti-Israel protests on American college campuses if he is re-elected. Speaking at a donor round table in New York, Trump addressed recent on-campus demonstrations, which he described as part of a “radical revolution,” according to The Washington Post.

“One thing I do is, any student that protests, I throw them out of the country. You know, there are a lot of foreign students. As soon as they hear that, they’re going to behave,” Trump said at the event, as reported by the Post. He emphasized the need for strong measures against such protests, saying, “If you get me elected, and you should really be doing this, if you get me reelected, we’re going to set that movement back 25 or 30 years.”

Trump praised the New York Police Department for clearing protesters from the Columbia University campus and urged other cities to take similar actions. “It has to be stopped now,” he said.

Addressing a group that included “98% of my Jewish friends,” Trump highlighted pro-Israel actions taken by his administration, including moving the U.S. embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem and recognizing the Golan Heights. “So I did Golan Heights. You know that’s worth $2 trillion, they said, that piece, if you put it in real estate terms. But it’s worth more than that. It is,” Trump told the donors.

Trump reiterated his support for Israel’s right to continue “its war on terror” against Hamas in Gaza, claiming that the October 7 attack by Hamas terrorists on Israel would not have occurred if he were president.

Recently, the Republican Jewish Coalition (RJC) announced a commitment to raise a minimum of $5 million to support Trump’s re-election bid. The funds will be raised through donations to the grassroots group, which represents Jewish Republicans nationally, and coordinated through the RJC Victory Fund super PAC.

“When President Trump is back in the Oval Office, Israel will once again be protected, Iran will go back to being broke, terrorists will be hunted down, and the bloodshed will end,” Karoline Leavitt, the campaign’s national press secretary, wrote to the Post in an email.

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11 Responses

  1. גילגול of Moreinu Horav Meir Kahana זצקללה”ה הי”ד and so correct, and we’re already pining for our soon to be 47th President Donald Trump שליט”א to enter the oval office come Noon 1/20/2025

  2. Iran has cheaper college and those students are an asset so unless he is ashamed of something it’s not going to happen otherwise known as a lie it will only incite more anti semitism pure american but he is a dictator as an economic help for human rights

  3. I’m sure he means it, and he means well, but if they don’t break any laws he will find he can’t expel them just because they expressed the wrong opinion. The first amendment would prevent it.

  4. Milhouse: Agreed, but sadly, he has no clue with respect to the limits of his authority under the constitution but as he recently tweeted, he can always “suspend the constitution” when it becomes a restraining factor on his rhetorical agenda.

  5. @Milhouse: I’m not so educated in this area, but I would have that he was right since he was referring to FOREIGN students, who have no RIGHT to be in the country and are technically only there at the pleasure of the people as represented by the government and ultimately the state department and executive branch headed by POTUS.

  6. The first amendment im sure does not mean you can side with a terror organisation. So i woud hope America has enough sence to follow threw on chucking these terrorist loving ppl out of there country aspecialy if they are not even American.

  7. Frumroshyeshiva, that is not true. There is no such term on any visa, and there can’t be, because it would be unconstitutional. Once someone is in the USA he is entitled to express any opinion he likes, and the government may not do anything to punish him for it.

  8. I miss the days where Obama (and Biden) would legislate from the WH and do so openly, even threatening Congress and the Court in a State of the Union speech. But it’s Trump that doesn’t understand authority and is a dictator. Ok folks, sure.

  9. A while ago the WSJ ran a story that the wave of student protests had been carefully centrally planned months before they began, suggesting that there was some central force (Iran, Russia, China?) behind the whole thing, it wouldn’t have been out of character for them. I strongly suspect that the US and/or Israeli intelligence services could find out a lot about what was going on behind the scenes, but maybe they feel it’s better to keep their findings quiet. Concerning Trump, it’s obvious that he plans to totally overthrow the constitutional system of checks and balances designed to deny a president and absolute power that he craves. Even if he remains loyal to causes that we hold dear, and his loyalties have proven notoriously volatile and subject to his whims, who’s to say that some later figure might not come along and use that freedom from checks and balances in ways that we might not always find agreeable.

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