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Tonight on "Hannity," Donald Trump called for interrogation techniques "beyond waterboarding" to be used on detained Paris terror suspect Salah Abdeslam, saying that if he had been put "through the wringer," today's terror attacks in Brussels might have been prevented.

"If they would have been put him through the grill ten minutes after they captured him, he probably would have ratted them out and maybe stopped this horrible terror attack that took place today," Trump said.

Trump said Abdeslam would have known about today's attack and who's behind it. The GOP front-runner then lamented what he called the uneven playing field between world governments and terrorists.

"We're not fighting on the same playing field. The problem is we don't fight on the same level. We have laws that protect everybody. You know, you can't do this, you can't do that, don't touch him, don't hurt him. In the meantime they go around killing people. They have no laws. We have the laws to protect them. It's absolutely crazy."

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