She also said to CNN reporter Arwa Damon: I have been working to come to the U.S. to be with my husband for one year. I don't hate Trump.I love the U.S. It is the only safe country left on earth. My country is not safe. Trump has no mercy for those of us suffering people.
This is how the U.S. will be seen now rightly or wrongly as a country without mercy upon Muslims. This is probably the best recruiting tool for ISIS and Al Qaeda that they have ever had.
They will say, "See. The Crusaders in the U.S. have no mercy at all upon Muslims." Then you will see more attacks in Europe and eventually around the world from this.
So, to small minded people who have never traveled abroad who have voted for Trump, they might rest easier, not realizing they have just made the world 10 to 100 times more dangerous by their being paranoid and ignorant. They are afraid. Yes. That's True. But to do this doesn't show wisdom it shows complete ignorance of the whole situation. So, 10 to 100 times the deaths of before likely will rain down now upon the Earth from Muslim Terrorists than before.
So, by doing this Trump may have already caused the deaths (for any reason imaginable) of thousands of people already just through the basic ignorance of he and his followers who voted for him who don't really have a clue as to what is really going on in the world.
Trump's voters likely have single handedly now created world war III unfortunately within the next 5 to 10 years.
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