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Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani joined Sean Hannity to discuss the capture of New York-New Jersey bombing suspect Ahmad Rahami.

Giuliani said that radicalized individuals like Rahami have been able to flourish because of “weakness” displayed by the Obama administration on foreign affairs.

“I put the responsibility for ISIS on Obama and Hillary,” he told Hannity.

“This would not have happened if they had not withdrawn troops from Iraq. They are provoked by their weakness,” he said.

“We’re living in a much more complex and dangerous world than before Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton came into office.”

He also said he disagreed with some of the FBI’s analysis, in which they did not see Rahami’s trip to Afghanistan as a “red flag.”

Watch the mayor’s full remarks above and let us know what you think in the comments.


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