Donald Trump spoke Friday afternoon at the 2016 Faith and Freedom Coalition Conference in Washington, D.C. At one point, the GOP nominee faced down hecklers from Code Pink
Trump said that as president, he would "restore respect for people of faith" and stand up to "threats like radical Islam."
"Hillary will bring hundreds of thousands of refugees, many of whom have possible beliefs about people of different faiths and values, and some of whom absolutely and openly support terrorism in our country," Trump said. "We don't need that. We have enough problems. We have enough problems right now."