White House Rejected Donald's Demand of Complete Ban on Muslims from Entering US
WASHINGTON: Donald Trump, a US Presidential Candidate for Election in 2016, called for a ban on all Muslims from entering United States has been rejected by the White House.
In a statement the White House said that Trump’s latest demand is part of his presidential campaign which purely based on ‘fear and weaknesses’ of US nationals.
Mr Donald Trump have been making such enraged statement to intensify the fear of Americans to build a strong support for his campaign, it said.
"We have, in our Bill of Rights, respect for the freedom of religion," one of President Barack Obama's top foreign policy aides, Ben Rhodes, told CNN.
Trump's campaign cites poll data allegedly showing "hatred toward Americans by large segments of the Muslim population."
According to New York Times, Trump had stated “I love the Muslims” in September this year, the month which marked 14th anniversary of 9/11 attacks.
However in the latest statement the presidential aspirant seems to have gone at 180 degree where he demanded a complete ban on Muslims in United States until the authorities can figure out what was going on actually.
Trump has been increasingly virulent in his remarks targeting Muslim Americans since the deadly Paris attacks, and again in the wake of last week's shooting rampage in California, which left 14 dead and 21 wounded.
When asked what factors have pushed him to make the call, Trump responded in a single word “Death.”
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