Donald Trump said at a New Hampshire town hall the day before the primary that “every single one” of the convicted drug dealers released under President Obama will return to selling drugs, reported TIME.
“These people are babies that think differently,” Trump said of the inmates. “And a lot of them don’t even think differently, they just don’t care. Frankly, I don’t even think they care, it’s almost likely they don’t like the country. But out of those 6,000, every single one of them will be back selling drugs. It’ll be very rare for one that doesn’t.”
Six thousand inmates were released from prison at the end of 2015 as part of the Obama Administration’s effort to downsize the federal prison system and reduce sentences for nonviolent drug offenders. The administration supported the changes, but the release was made on the recommendation of the U.S. Sentencing Commission, an independent agency in the judicial branch that was created by Congress.
The snowy Londonderry talk was Trump’s second town hall-style event of the day, marking a noticeable shift from his usual arena rallies the day before the New Hampshire primary.
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