Trump Meets Victims of Radical Islamic Terror at 'Hannity' Town Hall
During a "Hannity" town hall event tonight, Donald Trump spoke to several victims of radical Islamic terror.
Karen McWatters, who lost a leg in the Boston Marathon bombing, said that we need leaders who will speak openly and honestly about the threats facing our country.
Trump said that unlike President Obama and Hillary Clinton, he actually wants to do something to protect Americans from radical Islamists, and that's why he's advocating "extreme vetting" of any immigrants coming into the U.S.
Kris Paronto, one of the heroes of Benghazi, and Dorothy Woods, whose husband Ty Woods was killed in the 2012 terror attack, agreed that there's no doubt that we're at war with radical Islam in the U.S. and abroad.
"I believe in the vetting process," Paronto said. "Not all Muslims are bad, but the Muslim community in America - they are Americans because they're here - they need to start speaking out publicly and condemning."
Watch the powerful segment above.