"Talking about danger, at one point you specified in an open deliberation that there are no-go zones in the Netherlands and that autos and lawmakers are being determined to flame", a correspondent for Nieuwsuur said to Hoekstra.
'I didn't say that.
"That is actually an incorrect statement", Hoekstra said.
Zwart: Is that fake news?
Niuwsuur then played the video of Hoekstra making the exact comments he had just denied saying.
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"The Islamic movement has now gotten to a point where they have put Europe into chaos - chaos in the Netherlands, there are cars being burned, there are politicians that are being burned", he told the panel. He's then shown a clip of him from 2015 in which he said "there are cars being burnt, there are politicians that are being burnt. and yes there are no-go zones in the Netherlands". Spin explains that "no-go zones" refers to the notion that there are areas in the Netherlands where Sharia law has replaced government control.
"No-go zone" is a term used by anti-Muslim activists to suggest areas where non-Muslims are not welcome. No-go zones have become a popular fear among some members of far right and alt-right, like Paul Joseph Watson of Infowars. His report picks back up with the exchange, with Zwart saying, "You call it fake news".
Zwart: You called it fake news, obviously. "I didn't use the word today, I don't think I did".
"No?" the reporter asks, looking back at the camera, seemingly incredulous.
Hoekstra, who was born in the Dutch city of Groningen, served as Trump's campaign manager in MI, and previously served as chair of the House intelligence committee.
The Netherlands should tell the U.S. Dept. of State it is refusing our ambassador.