Donald Trump Expands His Ban On Muslims Entering the US
“We are going to be very tough, I want extreme vetting on everybody entering the country.”
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Donald Trump is calling changes to his proposed ban on foreigners entering the US from countries “compromised by terrorism” an “expansion” of his Muslim ban.
That expansion could even include allies like France and Germany, Donald Trump said Sunday during a TV interview.
“…it is not rollback. In fact, you could say it’s an expansion,” Donald Trump said.
Originally a ban on all Muslims entering the US, Trump changed his plan to one that focused on countries compromised by terrorism.
“I’m looking now at territory,” he said “People were so upset when I used the word Muslim. Oh, you can’t use the word Muslim. Remember this. And I’m OK with that, because I am talking territory instead of Muslim.”
“We’re going to have tough standards,” he said. “And if a person can’t prove … that they’re from an area, and if a person can’t prove what they have to be able to prove, they’re not coming into this country. And I would stop the Syrian migration and a Syrian from coming into this country in 2 seconds.”
“We have problems in Germany and France,” Donald Trump said. “It is their fault because they allowed people over years to come into their territory and that’s why Brexit happened,” Donald Trump said. “The UK said we are tired of this stuff. American’s are tired of this too.”
Donald Trump is gaining support across the battleground states following the GOP convention last week, according to the new CBS News Battleground Tracker Poll.
Donald Trump has 42% support across the 11 battleground states surveyed, that up from 40% he had last week before of the convention.
Hillary Clinton has 41% support, unchanged from last week’s poll.
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