Rupert Murdoch: U.S. Could Give Exception to Refugees Who Are "Proven Christians"

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Since 2012, there have been 1,854 Syrian refugees admitted into the U.S.

Rupert Murdoch weighed in on the ongoing debate about refugees being allowed into the U.S. following the murder of 129 people in France on Friday by terrorists with ties to Syria.

In the wake of the attacks, more than 20 governors, including Greg Abbott of Texas and Bobby Jindal of Louisiana, said they do not want Syrian refugees in their states.

A debate has started whether states even have the power to restrict people based on nationality.

Murdoch made his suggestion late Monday afternoon. 

Since 2012, there have been 1,854 Syrian refugees admitted into the U.S., according to The New York Times

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