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Michael Reagan: London Shows We Need to 'Wake Up'

Wednesday, 22 Mar 2017 03:18 PM

Michael Reagan says Wednesday's deadly attacks on Westminster Bridge and outside the House of Parliament in London is more proof that President Donald Trump's efforts to beef up U.S. tactics against terrorism should be embraced.

"I've been on that bridge I can't tell you how many times — taking that iconic photo of Parliament and the all the buildings there. I love going to London," Reagan said Wednesday on Newsmax TV's "The Steve Malzberg Show."

"It's sad because people look at it and say, 'Is it safe to visit London anymore, is it safe to visit Paris anymore?' [Paris] has the same problems that London has.

"And yet people get mad at Donald Trump because what he's trying to do is find a way to protect the United States of America from terrorism that's going on in other parts of the world, that we see unfold on a regular basis. At some point we've all got to wake up and say what's right for our countries."

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On Wednesday, an attacker fatally stabbed an officer outside Parliament before being shot dead by police in the chaotic incident which began on Westminster Bridge and left three dead and at least 20 injured.

The nightmarish violence occurred on the first anniversary of attacks by Islamist militants that killed 32 people in Brussels.

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Michael Reagan says Wednesday's deadly attacks on Westminster Bridge and outside the House of Parliament in London is more proof that President Donald Trump's efforts to beef up U.S. tactics against terrorism should be embraced.
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