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President Trump’s Swedish refugees’ remark could be right

“You look at what’s happening last night in Sweden,” Who would believe this? Sweden. They took in large numbers. They’re having problems like they never thought possible.”
That’s president Trump’s controversial comments during a Florida campaign rally on Saturday which many took as a misstatement about a supposed terror attack.

But was he right?

Well, according to a Facebook post by Swedish police investigator Peter Springare on Feb. 3 there are several reported cases of Five rapes three assaults, a pair of extortions, blackmail, an attempted murder, violence against police and a robbery with the suspects from Muslim-majority countries – Iraq, Syria, Afghanistan, Somalia and Turkey except for one Swedish man nabbed in a drug related case.
So it seems Springare, who was briefly investigated for possible hate crime incitement based on his post, managed to clarify what Trump hinted during his Florida campaign speech maybe.

Late Sunday, however, Trump explained on Twitter that he was only referring to a Fox News segment that aired on Friday night’s “Tucker Carlson Tonight” dealing with the Swedish refugee crime.
“My statement as to what's happening in Sweden was in reference to a story that was broadcast on @FoxNews concerning immigrants & Sweden the president said.”
Refereeing to what Carlson said on “Fox & Friends” on Monday morning “It seems like we may be missing the point of the story, which is there has been a massive social cost associated with the refugee policies and the immigration policies of Western Europe.
During the past 15 years Sweden has taken in 650,000 asylums-seekers– including children. In 2015 alone the Scandinavian country took in about 163,000 based on a report from the Spectator. Of these, 35,000 were unaccompanied children.

The Swedish Embassy moved into the controversy by tweeting back to Trump on Sunday: "We look forward to informing the US administration about Swedish immigration and integration policies."

President Trump tweeted again on Monday morning, blasting media outlets that failed to report on Sweden's migrant crime epidemic.

DA Money Maker reached out to the Swedish Embassy for comments, but the building was closed for President's Day.

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