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Trump Muslim Ban immigration proposal reappears on campaign website

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"She cried because she would see my whole family being upset about Donald Trump winning and she knows that Donald Trump made racist remarks about Muslims", Saleh said to BuzzFeed.

President-elect Donald Trump's campaign staff temporarily redirected the webpage detailing his controversial proposal to temporarily ban Muslim immigration into the United States, one of the most divisive and controversial policy ideas of his campaign, but swiftly sought to restore it after reporter inquiries Thursday. She told them that no one has "the right to make them feel bad about their culture, race, religion, or anything else".

Mariam Alkudari, a Clinton activist at Emerge USA, a Muslim American political action committee that works to encourage communities to vote, was among the many devastated watch party attendees at the Arab American Nation Museum.

"I believe that the left must move to the middle, the right must move to the middle".

The budding new alliance between Donald Trump and congressional Republicans hides a tougher reality: Even with unified GOP control of Washington, the president-elect's priorities may have trouble getting through Congress.

On Wednesday, November 9, the United States of America concluded its election for 2016.

Muslim Americans have seen sharp increases in Islamophobia since 9/11. Later she said Trump was good news for France, which is set to hold its next presidential elections in the spring.

"I accept that we're going to reach a breaking point", says Nisa, whose distrust of Clinton's hawkish foreign policy approach led her to vote for Jill Stein. CAIR is now the biggest Muslim American advocacy group. "Until we are able to determine and understand this problem, and the dangers the threat imposes, our country can not be the victim of horrendous attacks by people that believe only in Jihad".

"I was in disbelief when it happened", said Nimrah Riaz, who spends time at the center.

"When we all lay our heads down to rest, all we want is to be respected and all we should do is respect others", Nomani said.

Janna has since joined the Twitter blackout in protest against Trump's win, changing her cover and profile photos to black boxes. He reminded us that we're all on the same team: We're all Americans first, not Democrats or Republicans. "We can't expect the entire country to take a step forward unless we are willing to play a part in the revolution which would mean supporting others". They're struggling with health care costs and not being able to afford college. How exactly will Trump define "Radical Islam", much less the warning signs and those who support it? Another tearfully described the need to "just keep swimming".

"I am, of course, scared about the Islamophobic acts of terror and I definitely think more will occur", Aggad told The Huffington Post. The wealthy businessman, who won his White House bid with strong support from white voters, has made calls for unity since the election. Perhaps, had I paid attention better, then I would have understood where they were coming from and why they were making that choice.

- Nancy Leong (@nancyleong)My letter to @USPS about what I witnessed today in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

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