>> 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.
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.
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.
>> 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.
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.
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.