Trump’s Muslim ban disappears from campaign website


Donald Trump’s controversial Dec. 7, 2015 proposal that called for a full Muslim ban on immigration has mysteriously disappeared from their – Donald Trump’s – campaign website.

The proposal, a document that called for “a total and complete shutdown of Muslims entering the United States until our country’s representatives can figure out what is going on,” disappeared not even 24 hours after Donald Trump became the 45 president elect of the United States of America.

The proposed document was the initially sparked – if not fueled – opinions that Donald Trump is racist and wants to turn America into a xenophobic fortress. These were comments that plagued Donald Trumps entire campaign, obviously comments he doesn’t want to take to the White House.

This will be a major hurdle for the begging of his presidency. His divisive rhetoric with Muslims has put him in a precarious place, not just with Arab countries, but with Muslim Americans in general.

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