President Trump Follows Up On His Stance Regarding NYC Terrorist

President Trump surprised everyone Wednesday night with rare late-night Tweeting that continued into this morning. The latest terrorist attack has gotten under the skin of the President as it has many Americans, and he has expressed throughout Tuesday how he would handle the NYC terrorist.

Early on Tuesday he referred to the terrorist and those like him as “animals” who should be sent to Gitmo. And last night and this morning he tweeted an even stronger opinion on what should happen to the terrorist.

President Trump said the NYC terrorist should get the “DEATH PENALTY” since he “killed 8 people, badly injured 12.” He also referred to when the “NYC terrorist was happy as he asked to hang ISIS flag in his hospital room.”

He then followed up this morning and said, “Would love to send the NYC terrorist to Guantanamo but statistically that process takes much longer than going through the Federal system…There is also something appropriate about keeping him in the home of the horrible crime he committed. Should move fast. DEATH PENALTY!”

Here are the tweets:

Sayfullo Saipov is the 29-year-old Uzbek national who is accused of killing eight people and injuring many others while mowing down innocent pedestrians with a truck on a bike path in lower Manhattan on Halloween. He has been charged with providing material support to ISIS, in addition to violence and destruction of a motor vehicle with willful disregard for human life, the acting U.S. attorney for the Southern District of New York announced Wednesday.

1 Comment on "President Trump Follows Up On His Stance Regarding NYC Terrorist"

  1. Hey guys!!!
    designs and builds specialty lines of lead oxide production equipment, material handling systems, battery related process machinery, parts, and accessories for the battery, pigment, glass, and chemical industries. offers technical application and engineering services to help the customer acheive maximum benefit from their equipment and manufacturing processes.

Comments are closed.