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Friday, November 20, 2015 18:02
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Donald Trump Town Hall at Wofford College in Spartanburg, SC (11-20-15)

Donald Trump open to special ID for Muslim Americans

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Donald Trump: ‘I Would Certainly Implement’ Database For Muslims | MSNBC

Donald Trump’s latest media firestorm: Muslim registry

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Limbaugh then said the most powerful American with access to a database on millions of innocent Americans is Obama.

“Once the public learns what’s happened here, the anger is not gonna be at Trump. There wouldn’t have been that much anger at Trump anyway among his supporters. That’s what they don’t understand. You people in the media have got to understand something.

You’re gonna have to go about this a different way. You didn’t make Trump; you can’t destroy him. There’s nothing you can do,” said Limbaugh.

“Even Ted Cruz has gotten in on this. ‘Ted Cruz Disagrees with Trump on Muslim Registry.’ He says, ‘I’m a big fan of Donald Trump, but not a fan of big government registries of American citizens.’ Even Cruz fell for it! The Republican Party, the establishment, may not let go of this. They may think they’ve got him, I’m sure.”

“I’m a big fan of Donald Trump’s but I’m not a fan of government registries of American citizens,” the Texas senator told reporters Friday in Sioux City, Iowa, Politico reported.

Former Florida Gov. Jeb

Bush told reporters he found Trump’s comments “abhorrent,” Fox News reported.

“This is shocking rhetoric [by Trump],” added Democrat front-runner Hillary Clinton via Twitter on Friday. “It should be denounced by all seeking to lead this country.” She then linked to a New York Times article saying Trump “absolutely” would require a registry for U.S. Muslims.

Trump took to social media Friday afternoon to address the situation. Instead of a string of tweets, the Republican opted for a brevity.

“I didn’t suggest a database – a reporter did. We must defeat Islamic terrorism & have surveillance, including a watch list, to protect America,” Trump said.

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