UPDATE: The link pointing towards the policy proposal of banning muslims is back on Donald Trump’s official website.
Before he became the 45th President of The United States Of America, Donald Trump had released a controversial statement on his website which called for a total ban on Muslim immigrants in the country.
Soon after he was elected the president of the country in a shocking win on Wednesday, the controversial message posted on his website has since been deleted.
The message posted on his website on December 7, 2015, read the following:
Donald J Trump is calling for a total and complete shutdown of Muslims entering the United States until our country’s representatives can figure out what is going on, according to Pew Research, among others, there is great hatred towards Americans by large segments of the Muslim population.
The message has now been replaced with something else
The page on the website that had linked his December statement now sends the people to another page which urges them to donate to his campaign.
The statement page still shows in cache of Google
Have a look:
This is what the page now redirects to
Could this mean Donald Trump was only using muslims to win the hearts of his followers?
With the statement gone after November 8 exactly, it definitely does sound like Donald Trump was only using muslims to gain followers.
Or he received immense pressure forcing him to remove such statements.
Only time will tell what he really intends to do with the immigrants.