Terrorist Sent Chilling Facebook Message To Donald Trump
It has been revealed that the man arrested for an attempted terror attack in a New York Subway tunnel yesterday sent a message to US president Donald Trump just moments before undertaking the botched suicide mission.
Akayed Ullah, an immigrant from Bangladesh, posted a message to his Facebook account on the morning of the attack as he made his way to detonate a homemade bomb at the public transport hub.
The post stated, "Trump you failed to protect your nation."
Ullah has since told investigators that he carried out the attack for Islamic extremist group ISIS and he has since been charged with supporting an act of terrorism, making a terroristic threat and weapon possession.
Thankfully, the would-be suicide bomber attempted attack during peak hour in the heart of New York failed to cause any fatalities or serious injury, with only the man responsible taken to hospital with burns to his body and hands.
Donald Trump has since spoken out about the attack claiming once again that immigration should be limited and closer attention must be paid to foreigners who come into the country.
"Today's terror suspect entered our country through extended-family chain migration, which is incompatible with national security," said Mr Trump in a statement.
White House spokeswoman, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, has supported Trump's call for immigration changes saying that Trump's proposed policies "could have prevented this."