GOP front runner Donald Trump said Syrian refugees are "probably" ISIS during a rally on Friday, and reiterated his message that the country wasn't safe under Obama, NBC News reported.
Refugees from Syria "could be ISIS ... and by the way, it is turning out that they probably are ISIS," said Trump in Rock Hill, South Carolina. "There's so many men, they're so young, they are very strong. Where are the women? Where are the children?"
Trump caused an international furor in December when called on Muslims to be barred from entering the United States.
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During his speech, a woman wearing a traditional Muslim head covering stood in silent protest and was soon removed by police, along with a few other anti-Trump hecklers. Some Trump supporters jeered and booed the woman, who CNN named as Rose Hamid. She was wearing a T-shirt that read "Salam, I come in peace."