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>> I call it extreme, extreme vetting.>> Under intensifying pressure to get his stumbling campaign on track, Donald Trump on Monday laying out his plans to fight terror and defeat Islamic State.>> New screening procedures are needed.>> Ginger Gibson is travelling with the Trump campaign.>> Donald Trump is seeking to calm Republican fears that he lacks the ability to talk foreign policy.
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Trump offered for the first time, details about a plan to block Muslim immigrants from entering the country.>> As soon as I take office, I will ask the State Department and the Department of Homeland Security to identify a list of regions where adequate screenings cannot take place. There are many such regions.
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We will stop processing visa's from those areas. Those who do not believe in our Constitution or who support bigotry and hatred will not be admitted.>> Additionally, Donald Trump reversed his position on NATO. Saying after once calling the organization obsolete, that the would now work with them to fight the Islamic state.
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>> That change welcomed by skeptics in his own party. But once again, Trump's message Monday competing with a new wave of distractions. The reliably GOP-friendly Wall Street Journal editorial page on Monday unleashing a scathing rebuke. Saying Trump is blowing a winnable election and advising the Republican party to write off the candidate as hopeless if he doesn't change his act by Labor Day.
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Also on Monday, the New York Times reporting secret ledgers in Ukraine show Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort. Had been slated for $12 million dollars in off the books cash payments for his political work in the country. The report flatly denied by Manafort.>> Thank you.>> The speech carefully read from a prompter coming after Trump ignited an uproar last week by suggesting that a rally gun rights activist might stop rival Hillary Clinton from naming Supreme Court Justices if she became President.
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Critics calling that an incitement to violence. Trump also taking heat for insisting President Obama was a founder of Islamic State. The candidate though omitting that claim from his remarks Monday in Ohio.