“Honestly, the way they talked, the way they referred to this epic struggle almost sounded to me like [I was] looking at foreign terrorist groups in the past. The way they were talking about religion. You automatically sort of throttle back, sit back in your chair and think, ‘man, that’s a dangerous line of thinking,’” he said.
“if you just read them, just please for the love of god, just think about what these people are saying to each other; to the chief of staff or president of the United States. You should come to the conclusion that, listen, even if it is not criminal, it is idiotic. And we don't want somebody like this making decisions for the United States. Either for domestic or foreign policy. That’s it,” he said.