On Monday morning an attempted suicide bomber set off an explosion during rush-hour at the nation's busiest bus terminal. The suspect in Monday morning's blast at Port Authority in midtown Manhattan was identified as a 27 year old Bangladeshi national living in Brooklyn who was inspired by ISIS, law enforcement officials said. The man strapped a pipe bomb to his body with Velcro and zip ties, and it detonated in a subway corridor, police said.
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) joined the Brian Kilmeade Show today to discuss the terror incident just a day after golfing with President Trump and discussing terror as well as the tax bill and immigration. Regarding the suspected bomber and how he should be handled Sen. Graham said, "Hold this man as an expected enemy combatant... Hold him as long as necessary to figure out who he is, what he did and why. The last thing I want this guy to hear any time soon is 'you have the right to remain silent'. I don't want him to remain silent."
Listen to the full interview below: