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Donald Trump Defends Muslim Ban: They're Not Coming Here

Donald Trump Defends Muslim Ban: They're Not Coming Here
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By    |   Tuesday, 15 December 2015 09:30 PM

Donald Trump Tuesday defended his call to ban Muslims, deporting illegal immigrants and building a wall on the U.S. border with Mexico, arguing that these policies would not isolate the nation but make it more secure.

"We are not talking about isolation," the developer said in the fifth Republican presidential debate at the Venetian Hotel in Las Vegas. "We're talking about security.

"We're not talking about religion. We're talking about security.

"Our country is out of control," Trump added. "People are pouring across the southern border. I will build a wall. It will be a great wall."

He said that illegals would not be able to come into the United States "unless they come in legally. Drugs will not come through that wall.

He added that "tens of thousands of people" coming into the country have "cell phones with ISIS flags on them. I don't think so.

"They're not coming to this country. And if I'm president and if [President Barack] Obama has brought some to this country, they are leaving.

"They're going," Trump warned.

"They're gone."

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Donald Trump Tuesday defended his call to ban Muslims, deporting illegal immigrants and building a wall on the U.S. border with Mexico, arguing that these policies would not isolate the nation but make it more secure.
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