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State Dept. Tries to Defend Refugee Vetting After OSU Terror Attack

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The State Department Monday tried to defend its process of reviewing applications for refugees trying to enter the United States. The effort came after Monday’s attack at Ohio State University a Somali refugee turned terrorist was shot and killed while staging a terrorist attack.

As we reported here, the terrorist bought knives on the day of the attack, rammed his car into a group of people on the Columbus campus and then got out and charged and stabbed passersby with a knife. The terrorist was shot dead by Ohio State University Police Officer Alan Horujko, whose quick action kept more people from being injured, or worse.

The Islamic State took credit for the terrorist attack, and authorities have said the attack did appear to be inspired by the terrorist group.

Republicans have said the possibility of terrorists entering the U.S. as refugees means a more strict vetting process is needed, and some say the U.S. should halt refugee access from certain areas until improvements are made.

But State Department spokesman Mark Toner said the process is already strict and is undergoing constant improvement:

You can watch the uninspiring defense of the refugee vetting below:

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