French Foreign Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault after meeting with his German counterpart, Sigmar Gabriel said, "Welcoming refugees who are fleeing war is part of our duty." He continued: "We must . . . ensure that this happens in a fair, just way and with solidarity."
He evidently makes this garbage up as he goes along.
Why is it France's duty? Duty to whom? Isn't it the duty of a government to protect its citizens from the jihadists who will enter France mixed in among the refugees?
The Paris slaughter in November 2015 was committed by refugees--every jihadist involved was a refugee who hid among the real refugees.
President Trump signed the executive order to suspend refugee arrivals and control travel from other terrorist-spawning countries, which evidently freaked out these suicidal clowns.
"This decision can only cause us concern. But there are a lot of other issues that are causing us concern," Ayrault said, with Gabriel close by his side, when he was asked by journalists about Trump's restrictions.