Donald Trump wasn’t backing down from claims that he saw “thousands” of Muslims cheering in New Jersey during 9/11 when he spoke to a crowd in New Hampshire’s White Mountains on Tuesday.
"I saw it and a lot of people saw it and I'm getting hundreds of phone calls and a lot of other people are too ... things are all of a sudden materializing,” he told the crowd.
Trump also referenced how the Paris attacks changed his campaign and focus on terrorism, claiming if he had been president, he would have tried to do something with Osama bin Laden before 9/11, according to NBC News.
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The Republican frontrunner also claimed most of the Syrian refugees are “young, strong men.” However, according to Factcheck.org, numbers suggest that around two-thirds of the refugees are women and children under the age of 12.