Asked about his proposed temporary ban on Muslims, Trump just named someone as potential head of immigration commission who once said a ban on Muslims would violate the constitution.
During a telephone interview with Fox News on Wednesday morning, Donald Trump was asked again about his proposal to temporarily ban Muslims from coming to America. Trump said under his administration, the U.S. would be looking very closely at this problem.
“It’s a real — it’s a real problem, not only here but throughout the world,” Trump said, after launching into criticism of President Barack Obama’s refusal to say “radical Islamic terrorism.” “It’s a real problem. So we’ll figure it out, and we will get it going.”
“We have to be extremely careful,” he said. “In fact, I’m thinking about setting up a commission perhaps headed by Rudy Giuliani to take a very serious look at this problem. But this is a worldwide problem. And we have to be smart.”
Reportedly, Giuliani said in December that Syrian refugees should not be let in. But he said a ban on Muslims would violate the Constitution and there can be no religious test on who is allowed into the country.
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