I hate to say it, I really do. But Republicans have been suckered into thinking Donald Trump would do a bunch of things when he officially becomes president in January. After all, he ran an entire campaign telling his voters to expect these changes, and they voted for him expecting him to do what he promised.
One of those things Trump ran on is infamously called, the “Muslim Ban.” As unconstitutional as that sounds, Trump told his faithful followers that banning all Muslims from entering the United States – based solely on their religion – was the only way to stop violence in the United States. Now it seems as if Trump has washed that language from his website.
Gone from his site is also language about his potential Supreme Court justice picks and other economic reform plans.
The link to his Dec. 7 proposal titled: “Donald J. Trump statement on Preventing Muslim Immigration,” in which he called for “a total and complete shutdown of Muslims entering the United States” vanished, along with his list of his potential Supreme Court justice picks as president and certain details of his economic, defense and regulatory reform plans.
The Trump campaign did not respond to multiple emails seeking comment on the website changes.