Trump proposes ‘extreme vetting’ for entering US

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WASHINGTON (AP) — Donald Trump is proposing an immigration policy which would feature “extreme vetting” and an ideological test for admission to the United States

Trump, in a speech Monday in Ohio, claims that many recent terror attacks in the U.S. have been carried out by immigrants or the children of immigrants.

He said he would temporarily suspend immigration from nations with a history of “exporting terrorism” and would ask the State Department for a list of regions where screening is not currently adequate.

Trump said:”The time is overdue to establish a new screening test for the threats we face today.” The Republican nominee also said the U.S. should screen out “any who have hostile attitudes to our country and its principles.”

Trump’s mother and wife were immigrants.

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  • Life lessons

    The big orange trumpkin needs to practice what he preaches, Starting with his own “family” especially those two wives of his, Ivana and Melania who are aliens(immigrants)alright, (martians) , Not to mention that old bat mother of his who looked like she was weaned on a lemon!
    So, with Trumpkins way of thinking that children of immigrants are terrorists… Well I guess that would mean both he and his OWN children are terrorists then..right?
    Trump needs to shut his hypocritic pie hole!
    Fade away Trump, Just fade away you escapee from a puzzle factory oxygen thief!

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