After Florida shooting, Trump hardens stance on Muslims

Republican U.S. presidential candidate Trump speaks at St. Anselm's College in Manchester, New HampshireBy Steve Holland and Ginger Gibson MANCHESTER, N.H./WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Republican Donald Trump on Monday placed responsibility for a mass shooting in Florida squarely at the feet of radical Muslims, who he said were entering the country amidst a flood of refugees and “trying to take over our children.” The presumptive Republican presidential nominee drew on the country’s deadliest mass shooting to sharpen his vow to ban Muslim immigrants, proposing that the United States suspend immigration from areas of the world where there is “a proven history of terrorism. …

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