27 April 2018

Trump's plan for incoming muslims Presidential Counselor

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"US President-elect Donald Trump’s call to institute extreme vetting of Muslim migrants does not mean a complete ban based on their religion," Trump’s newly named Counselor to the President Kellyanne Conway said during an interview. reports citing to ABC, during 2016 presidential race, Trump called for a ban on Muslim migrants until their identities and intentions are positively established, repeatedly resorting to controversial rhetoric about immigrants and Muslim communities.

"Trump said during the campaign long after he had originally proposed that, that this would be more strictly tied to countries where we know they have a history of terrorism and that this is not - this is not a complete ban," Conway said on ABC’s "Good Morning America".

Moreover, Trump had said he was open to the idea of requiring Muslims in the United States to register in a database as precaution in order to lessen the threat of terrorism.

2016.12.22 / 22:29
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