Former President Donald Trump on Wednesday night came out swinging against foreign pro-jihadist protesters living in the U.S., promising to find and deport them come 2025.

Trump, during his counter-programming rally in Hialeah, Florida, revealed that his administration will implement strict ideological screening for all new entrants into our country and will put foreign pro-Hamas supporters on notice.

“We will implement strict … ideological screening for all new entrants into our country,” Trump said. “We don’t do that at all. Now, anybody can come in. Anybody can come in. When people want to go and take the test, ‘Where do I learn to take the test?’ People say to them, ‘You don’t have to take any tests. Just go to the southern border and walk in, you don’t have to bother.’ … We had a good strong policy. We wanted people to come to our country but we wanted them to come in legally. If you hate America, if you want to abolish Israel, if you sympathize with jihadists, then we don’t want you in our country, and we are not going to let you come into our country. To all the resident aliens who joined in the pro-jihadist protests” who “became very violent and started destroying our Capitol and many other places, we put you on notice. Come 2025, we will find you, and we will deport you,” he promised.

Trump added that the U.S. can not afford an administration that takes foreign policy advice from the likes of Reps. Rashida Tlaib (D-MI), Ilhan Omar (D-MN), and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY). The former president had strong words for pro-Hamas demonstrators who stormed the White House on Saturday, Nov. 4.

“In Washington, DC, pro-jihadist demonstrators climbed up the fence in front of the White House … they damaged the fence and they damaged police vehicles [and] desecrated statues of Ben Franklin and other great heroes of our country, and they shouted Allahu Akbar, while calling the barbaric Hamas terrorists martyrs,” Trump said “In times like these, you can’t afford to have a president who wants to be politically correct. We have to do things properly.”