President-elect Donald Trump explained Monday’s attacks in Berlin and Ankara demonstrated he was justified in advising a ban on Muslim immigration to the US.
While scolding the Christmas market episode in Germany, Trump was inquired if it would reignite his strategy to prohibit Muslim immigration to the US, or the establishment of a Muslim registry.
“You know my plans. All along, I’ve been proven to be right, 100 percent correct. What’s happening is disgraceful,” Trump stated, incorporating that the violence is “an attack on humanity and it’s got to be stopped.”
A bit later Wednesday, transition spokesman Jason Miller mentioned that the president-elect’s words “might upset those with their heads stuck in the politically correct sand.”
“President-elect Trump has been clear that we will suspend admission of those from countries with high terrorism rates and apply a strict vetting procedure for those seeking entry in order to protect American lives,” Miller stated.
Reminder: If Trump attempts to discriminate against Muslims, we will sue. https://t.co/eAoSnQqiXH
— ACLU National (@ACLU) December 21, 2016
@ChrisCuomo Trump is embracing white supremacist who have been & are a bigger threat to than radical Muslims
— Elizabeth (@loveylovett) December 22, 2016
Trump’s initial call for “a total and complete shutdown of Muslims entering the United States” in the course of the presidential campaign was intensely criticized across America, which includes ex – Republican Vice President Dick Cheney and ex – presidential candidate Jeb Bush.
After the complaints, Trump moved to temporarily banning immigration from countries with links to terrorism, but declined to scrap his strategy pertaining to a Muslim ban completely.
The Islamic State (IS, earlier known as ISIS/ISIL) professed responsibility for the Berlin attack where 12 people died and at least 50 others were injured after a vehicle rammed into a Christmas market.
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