Donald Trump supports the ending of Guantanamo Bay releases

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According to Donald Trump, releasing of Guantanamo inmates is a big mistake because the ones who were allowed to leave are people that are extremely dangerous and unstable. President Barack Obama was the one who had promised to close down the prison which he could not follow through on, but had a number of prisoners transferred from there.

There are about 60 inmates that remain and according to White House Officials, there are about 20 more transfers that will be made before 20th of January. Trump confirmed last February saying that he had heard President Obama talking about Guantanamo Bay in the morning, which according to Trump, they will keep functional.

With the serious threat of ISIS rising and spreading terror all over the world, the need for prisons that remind such criminals of the punishment they deserve is needed. Latest atrocities of ISIS include the attack on the Christmas market in Berlin which killed many innocent shoppers. The attacker had the audacity to say that these infidel pigs deserve death.

People like this need to be kept away from the world in prisons that do not allow them the freedom to terrorize the people around them.

Donald Trump stands strong on his opinion that Guantanamo needs to remain open and functional and the transfers of people need to stop to keep the world a safer place. Even sending these prisoners to other countries and not allowing them back in the US is a mistake. These people are a global threat and not just a threat to the US which is why they need to be contained at facilities like Gitmo.

Donald Trump may be strict but he has a point when it comes to containing a global problem that is responsible for most of the warfare of this century.

Delilah is 31 years old from Toronto Canada and has a conservative view on politics, she lives on the road following big names in politics, she has come upon us with many years writing experience, in her early years she has been all over Europe back-packing and had the "adventure of a lifetime" before settling down to write news on Canadian and World politics.