Ord for ord: «You tell me»

Reporter Vaughn Hillyard: Should the­re be a data­ba­se [sys­tem] that tra­cks Moslems in this coun­try?

Donald Trump: There should be a lot of sys­tems, beyond data­bases, we should ha­ve a lot of sys­tems. And to­day you can do it. We ha­ve to ha­ve a bor­der, we ha­ve to ha­ve strength, we ha­ve to ha­ve a wall, and we can not let what is hap­pe­ning to this coun­try hap­pen in the long run.

And this is so­met­hing you, in the whi­te house, would im­ple­ment?

Oh, I would cer­tain­ly im­ple­ment that. Absolutely.

What do you think the ef­fect of that would be? How would that work?

It would stop pe­op­le from coming in il­le­gal­ly. We ha­ve to stop pe­op­le from coming in to our coun­try il­le­gal­ly.

But mo­re spec­i­fi­cal­ly, how do you ac­tual­ly get them re­giste­red in­to a data­ba­se?

It would be just good ma­na­ge­ment. All you ha­ve to do is good ma­na­ge­ment proce­du­res. And we can do that. [That’s nice].

Do you for­ce… Do you go to mos­ques and ha­ve the­se pe­op­le sign up in the sys­tem?

Different places. You sign’em up at dif­fe­rent… But it’s all about ma­na­ge­ment.

Would they ha­ve to le­gal­ly [sic] be in this data­ba­se?

They ha­ve to be… They ha­ve to… Let me just tell you. The key is: People can come to the coun­try, but they ha­ve to come in le­gal­ly. Thank you.

[Trump går. Klipp til nytt sted.]

Mr. Trump, why would a Moslem data­ba­se not be the sa­me as requi­ring Jews to re­gis­ter in nazi Germany? What would be the dif­fe­ren­ce? Is the­re a dif­fe­ren­ce betwe­en the two?

Who are you with?

I’m with NBC News… Is the­re a dif­fe­ren­ce betwe­en requi­ring Moslems to re­gis­ter and Jews, in Nazi ger­ma­ny?

You tell me. You tell me. Why don’t you tell me?

Do you be­lie­ve… Should Moslems be, I me­an, fear­ful? Will the­re be con­se­quen­ces if they don’t re­gis­ter?

[Trump går.]


Hele in­ter­vju­et kan ses hos NBC.

Foto av Gage Skidmore (Creative Commons BY-SA-2.0)

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