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National security expert Dr. Sebastian Gorka discussed the change in counter-terrorism policy that will come with President-elect Donald Trump taking office.

He said that on Inauguration Day, "common sense reenters the United States government."

Gorka said, without proper border security and vetting of immigrants as Trump has planned, officials will miss potential terrorists with "pro-Jihadi" ideology that may have read and connected with propaganda magazines of terrorist groups.

"If you're not allowed to look at what people are posting on the internet... you will miss these people," he said.

"He's reapplying common sense to national security," Gorka said of Trump.

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