The world met 3-year-old Aylan Kurdi when his body washed up on a beach in Turkey in September.
The photos of the Syrian boy prompted many in the United States to want to do more for the hundreds of thousands of refugees fleeing war-torn Syria. Two months later, some opinions have shifted after the gun and bomb rampage by militants in Paris.
Here's a look at what some political figures said about refugees after Aylan drowned — and what they're saying now.
Sen. Lindsey Graham
THEN: In September, the GOP presidential candidate and South Carolina senator said America has long welcomed those who...