On Tuesday, Yahoo News sat down with Donald Trump in his Midtown Manhattan offices for a wide-ranging discussion on ISIS, college campus activism, his opponents in the 2016 presidential campaign, and Latino culture, among other topics. Below, here are his answers to Yahoo News’ questions on some of the election’s most-discussed topics:
On the proper U.S. security response to the Paris attacks and subsequent threats from ISIS:
On Fox News’ “Hannity,” Trump went a step further, saying the United States has “absolutely no choice” and must shut down mosques where “some bad things are happening.”
On Trump’s plan to deport all Syrian refugees if he becomes president:
In other interviews, Trump proposed creating a “big, beautiful safe zone” in Syria, where refugees could wait out the conflict there.
On Bernie Sanders:
Responding to Yahoo News’ question about his favorite aspect of Latino culture:
In June, Trump characterized Mexican immigrants in a speech as “bringing drugs, bringing crime…they’re rapists.” Two months later, he told one of Univision’s best-known anchors, Jorge Ramos, to “go back to Univision” during a press conference.
On political correctness:
On campus protests regarding racial incidents and the subsequent resignation of two administrators at the University of Missouri: