Trump modifies his Muslim immigration ban proposal after Orlando attack – here’s the new strategy

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Following the Orlando terrorist attack, GOP nominee Donald Trump is pivoting from a temporary ban on Muslim immigration into the country and considering a new option instead.

Trump said during a speech yesterday that he would halt immigration from country’s that are hot beds for terrorism, no matter where they are in the world.

Trump’s temporary Muslim immigration ban is one of his most popular policy positions, despite an enormous amount of media backlash.

Some 50 percent of all US voters support Trump’s Muslim ban. 71 percent of Republicans and 49 percent of Independents support the proposal, according to a Morning Consult poll from a few months ago.

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