"I would not because then you are kind of plowing new ground that would be subject to court interpretations and could lose the case. It doesn't hurt to mirandize the guy and give him rights he really should not be entitled to and he is an American citizen and the fact is we need to do that because that's our law. Do I like it? No but it's the way the law is written.... I think we have to follow the criminal justice system very carefully, we have to follow it so we get him prosecuted and we get him sent away for the rest of his life."

--Howard Safir on why he would not delay Miranda rights for Ahmad Khan Rahami

Howard Safir, former NYPD commissioner, joined Kilmeade & Friends to discuss the latest on alleged terrorist bomber Ahmad Khan Rahami and why it's important for him to be Mirandized rather than risking a court ruling that would set him free. Safir also explained why we he agrees with Donald Trump that we need to suspend immigration from areas of the Middle East that are terrorist hot beds and why President Obama refusing to call terrorism what it is emboldens the terrorists.

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Howard Safir on why Ahmad Khan Rahami Should Be Mirandized

(Kilmeade) If you were police commissioner, would you look to delay Miranda rights?

(SAFIR) I would not because then you are kind of plowing new ground that would be subject to court interpretations and could lose the case. It doesn't hurt to mirandize the guy and give him rights he really should not be entitled to and he is an American citizen and the fact is we need to do that because that's our law. Do I like it? No but it's the way the law is written.

(Kilmeade) Even though it could be an international terrorist act?

(SAFIR) It could be an international terrorist act and it could be sorted out later but right now we don't know if the guy is a self-radicalized individual. We don't know if he was acting on orders and because of that I think we have to follow the criminal justice system very carefully, we have to follow it so we get him prosecuted and we get him sent away for the rest of his life.