Donald Trump said Tuesday he would "certainly be open" to closing down parts of the Internet used by the Islamic State to recruit Americans and spread anti-Western propaganda.
After attempting to dodge a question on whether closing up the Internet in certain places would "put the U.S. in line with China and North Korea," the self-funded billionaire conceded that he didn't take issue with it.
"I don't want [terror groups] using our Internet to take our young and impressionable youth," Trump said.
"I would certainly be open to closing certain areas where we are at war with somebody. I sure as hell don't want to let people who want to kill us and kill our nation use our Internet," he added.