Friday, July 22, 2016

GOP Nominee Reaffirms Ban on Muslim Immigration, Invokes Fears of Immigrant Crime, and Calls for Mass Deportations


In his quest for the presidency, Donald Trump continues to play on the fears of Americans.

In accepting the Republican nomination for President at the Convention in Cleveland, OhioDonald Trump clarified his call for an immigration ban and said that the nation must suspend immigration from any nation that has been compromised by terrorism until the U.S. improves its vetting methods.  

Trump didn't budge from his combative immigration stance as he wrapped up the Republican National Convention.  He officially accepted the GOP nomination for president by telling a pumped-up crowd that the nation's security is under threat from immigrants and illegal immigration.

During the speech, Republican National Convention delegates chanted "build the wall" as Trump discussed immigration.  Trump relayed a story of a young college graduate allegedly killed by an immigrant. 


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