Will suspend Syrian refugee program if elected, says Trump

London [UK] Nov. 8 : Continuing with his anti- immigration rhetoric, Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has said that he would scrap the Syrian refugee project to prevent extremists from entering the country if elected and reiterated his promise of building the great wall.

"Hillary Clinton wants a 550 percent increase in Syrian refugees' folks flowing into our country. Her plan will import generations of terrorism, extremism and radicalism into your schools and throughout your communities.

When I'm elected president, we will suspend the Syrian Refugee Program. We have no choice. And yes, we will build a great wall," he told the crowd in Pennsylvania. He told the crowd of supporters that tomorrow's election is about whether the US will elect more of the same "or whether we are ruled by yourselves," reports the Guardian.

"In one day - one day! - we are going to win the great state of Pennsylvania, and we are going to take back the White House!," he roared as he went on to call his Democratic opponent "the most corrupt person ever to seek the office of the presidency of the United States." "She is the face of failure.

She is the face of failed foreign policy. She's threatened national security; she's sold her office to the highest bidder. She should not be allowed to run for president - she's being protected by a rigged system," said Trump speaking in Pennsylvania.

Trump then accused the "dishonest media" of "rigging the system" in Clinton's favor. "From now on, it's going to be America first - America first," Trump said, echoing one of his campaign slogans.

"The whole world is laughing at us - they're laughing at what's going on in our country," he said. Concluding his speech, he told the audience, "we have one flawed candidate to beat.".

Source: ANI