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Rep. king on exploratory of potential terrorist-gang in NYC explosion
New York Congressman weighs in on the investigation in the vicinity of Times Square.
Republicans-Rep. Peter king, responding to the rush-hour explosion in the vicinity of New York City-Port Authority bus terminal, called help Monday for more control and surveillance to prevent attacks.
“We can’t afford to be politically correct,” the New York Congressman on Fox News’ “America’s Newsroom said.”
One person was in custody on Monday morning after the Explosion, the said, you will be prompted mass chaos and stopped several U-Bahn lines, the New York police Department
The person arrested has non-life-threatening injuries, The Associated Press reported. Four people suffered minor injuries, said the FDNY, although it is unclear whether the attacker was among them.
The former NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton told MSNBC his sources in the Department, the explosion was an “ISIS-inspired attack.” Bratton said the suspect was a man from Bangladesh who had lived in the U.S. for about seven years.
King, the car long called for a tough policy when it said monitoring in New York City and beyond, many people may have been killed when the explosives had detonated in a subway.
“We are always close to a disaster,” he said.
King said the authorities now have to check to say whether this was part of a coordinated effort, “it all … mark” has either not controlled, or inspired by ISIS.
President Trump is briefed on the attack.
The National Anti-terrorism Center, meanwhile, is monitoring the situation in New York City.