How would President Donald Trump handle the type of crisis Brussels is dealing with in the wake of deadly terror attacks?
That's what TODAY hosts Matt Lauer and Savannah Guthrie asked the leading GOP Presidential candidate Tuesday morning.
Trump started off by explaining how not allowing "certain people" into the country in the first place would help — not too far from his normal xenophobic platform.
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But next he suggested that as President he would seek to "expand the laws" to allow more torture of suspects, saying:
"Frankly, the waterboarding, if it was up to me, and if we changed the laws or had the laws, waterboarding would be fine. If they could expand the laws, I would do a lot more than waterboarding. You have to get the information from these people."
See Donald's full response to Tuesday's tragedy (below):
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A pediatrician from Delaware accused of punishing his 11-year-old daughter by waterboarding her, is claiming that he is a victim of hysteria.
Dr. Melvin Morse says that ever since the prosecution of pediatrician Earl Bradley, who is serving 14 consecutive life sentences in jail for abusing a high number of his young patients over the years, the state has overreacted to any scandals involving pediatricians.
We're not sure if his claims are significant or not.
Despite his claims, all that really matters is if the allegations against him are true or not. If he was waterboarding his daughter then that is a serious crime.
We'll let you know about any more updates on the case.
[Image via Facebook/Melvin Morse.]
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