WATCH: Louisiana Governor, 'Radical Islamists Hate Our Values. They Threaten Our Way of Life.'

Bobby Jindal, a potential 2016 Republican presidential candidate, doubled down on recent controversial statements he made about 'radical Islamists' and the need for Muslims to assimilate into American culture.

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Louisiana Governon Bobby Jindal on CNN, January 20th, 2015.
Louisiana Governon Bobby Jindal on CNN, January 20th, 2015.Credit: Screen grab

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Bobby Jindal: "Radical Islamists hate our values. They threaten our way of life. They don't appreciate, they don't condone freedom of expression and self determination. Anybody who would kill for drawing a cartoon does not -- is a terrorist -- is someone that we need to hunt down, we need to get rid of in our societies. The big issue is non assimilation. The fact that you've got people that want to come to our country, but not accept our values. And in some cases not adopt our language, in some cases want to set apart their own enclaves and continue to hold onto their own values. I think that's dangerous."



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