Syrian refugees aren’t welcome in the United States.
That’s according to Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump.
The host of Celebrity Apprentice told a New Hampshire rally Wednesday that if he’s elected president he would send Syrian refugees to the U.S. back home.
The billionaire said he was worried some of the refugees may be Islamic State militants in disguise.
His New Hamspire stance is a reversal in policy.
Earlier this month, he told Fox News the US should take in more refugees.
He was harshly critised after saying undocumented Mexican immigrants were bringing drugs and crime to the US and are rapists.
The US has resettled 1,500 refugees since the start of Syria’s civil war four years ago.
Secretary of State John Kerry announced earlier this month that the U.S. would significantly increase that number over the next two years.
It’ll allow in 85,000 refugees from around the world to enter the country next year and up to 100,000 in 2017.