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Published: Fri, December 23, 2016
USA | By Yvette Dunn

See, I Was Right About Muslim Immigration

See, I Was Right About Muslim Immigration

Trump's memory lapse on Wednesday, in which he appeared unaware of the inflammatory statement he released the day before about the attack in Berlin, was just a start to the insane.

Palm Beach County wants a $248,000 reimbursement from the federal government for the cost of protecting President-elect Donald Trump while he vacationed at his Mar-a-Lago resort. "That's what it is".

However, it seems that he is going back to his roots and wanting to ban Muslims from entering the country.

It was a year ago that Bornstein wrote and released a letter describing Trump's health with phrases like "astonishingly excellent" and "extraordinary".

In December 2015, Donald Trump responded to the San Bernardino shooting by saying that Muslims should be banned from entering the country.

The billionaire property tycoon was also asked about his comments implying that the Berlin Christmas market massacre was an attack on Christians.

"You know my plans", Trump said, adding, "All along, I've been proven to be right, 100 percent correct". "What's happening is disgraceful".

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Jovita Carranza, who served as deputy administrator of the Small Business Administration in President George W. Bush's administration, is under consideration to be Trump's US trade representative.

During the campaign, Kellyanne Conway made it her bread and butter to help clarify what the President-elect was trying to say in his interviews and at his rallies.

With Trump during Wednesday's remarks were his pick for national security adviser, retired Gen. Michael Flynn, and his incoming White House chief of staff, Reince Priebus.

Trump vowed during the presidential campaign to go after the Islamic State group, but repeatedly declined to fill in the public on his plan.

Thousands of people since then have held demonstrations in cities across the USA to protest against Trump's victory, condemning his controversial campaign rhetoric against Muslims, immigrants, women and other groups. The deaths are meaningless to him.

Others said to be considered for the post include former Massachusetts Sen.

"With this historic step we can look forward to the bright future ahead", he said in a statement in which he pledged anew that after the divisive campaign he will "work hard to unit our country and be the president of all Americans".

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