He said he spoke to Trump before the interview and they shared the view that America is "fighting people that are compelled by their religious views to kill us all", including fellow Muslims who don't agree with their extreme views.
But even after deleting her tweet, Khatami doubled down and said that the "point still stands".
Graham called on Trump to hold Sayfullo Saipov without access to an attorney so he can be questioned by US intelligence about the Halloween attack. "Diversity lottery, sounds nice, it's not nice, it's not good". They haven't said whether he came in through the Diversity Immigrant Visa Program, which covers immigrants from countries with low rates of immigration to the U.S. "We have to get much less politically correct".
In an afternoon press briefing, White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said the administration now considers Saipov an "enemy combatant".
Goz's College Football Top 25 Poll (Week 10)
This year, Alabama and Georgia are widely expected to be ranked at the top two spots when the first rankings come out on Tuesday. I would expect to see some 1 losses teams ( Oklahoma and Ohio State ) ahead of some undefeated teams (Wisconsin and Miami ).
"We also have to come up with punishment that is far quicker and far greater than the punishment these animals are getting right now", Trump said, lamenting that suspects will "go through court for years".
Trump called for "quicker and stronger" justice for terrorists.
Trump considers Gitmo trial for terror suspect, ... The enemy combatant designation has typically applied to detainees sent to the United States' Guantanamo Bay prison in Cuba. Uber confirmed that he drove more than 1,400 trips in six months, but the company said they have removed him from the service.
"The last thing that I want this guy to hear tonight is, 'You have a right to a lawyer.' The last thing he should hear is his Miranda rights". "He's a terrorist, he should be kept there. There is enough evidence to believe that he qualifies as an enemy combatant under the law of war", said Graham. Since 2008, no one has been sent there at all. It has only secured eight terrorism-related convictions or plea bargains since 9/11, compared to over 600 people who've been convicted on similar offenses in civilian courts.