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Mayor Khan Gives Terrifying Answer When Pressed on Whereabouts of ISIS Fighters in London

London Mayor Sadiq Khan admitted on “Good Morning Britain” on Tuesday that he “can’t follow 400 people” when he was pressed on the whereabouts of hundreds of known ISIS fighters in te city.

It was reported earlier this week that roughly 23,000 terrorist suspects were being monitored in the U.K., including 400 who are believed to have fought for ISIS in Syria.

“How are we letting people back into the U.K. who haven’t just been trained, they’ve actually fought — potentially against our troops — how are we letting them back in without knowing exactly where they are and what they’re up to?” co-host Susanna Reid said.

Khan side-stepped the issue, saying the government shouldn’t be “cutting resources” and slashing police budgets. He did admit, however, tht just over half of the 400 suspected ISIS fighters returned to London.

“But where are they?” Reid shot back. “You’re the mayor of this capital city. Where are they?”

Khan then admitted, “I can’t follow 400 people.”

But co-host Piers Morgan wasn’t satisfied with the answer.

“Why can’t you instruct police […] and say every one of those people who’ve come back from a war zone who’s in London, I want them followed?” Morgan asked.

Khan responded like this:

“Because the Met Police budget, roughly speaking, 15 percent to 20 percent is funded by me, the mayor. The rest comes from central government. If the Met Police is being shrunk and reduced, they’ve got to prioritize in a sensible, savvy way.”

Morgan then asked what could possibly be a higher priority than “people coming back from a Syrian battlefield with the intent to harm British citizens.”

“Why are these people just allowed to come back in in the first place and then the London mayor doesn’t appear to have a clue where any of them are,” Morgan added. “No disrespect to you, but where are they?”

“Well, that’s one of the questions that, obviously, the police services are looking into,” Khan began before Morgan interrupted him.

“But you’re the mayor!” Morgan said.

Khan argued that the three terrorists suspects responsible for the most recent attack on London Bridge weren’t from foreign battlefields, but were rather “integrated into our way of life.”