Trump's terrorism plan mixes Cold War concepts and limits on immigrants

Democratic Party nominee Hillary Clinton

Democratic Party nominee Hillary Clinton

Trump modified his proposal to ban all Muslims from entering the U.S., saying instead that the United States should commit to barring anyone from a part of the world where terrorism breeds.

Instead of the "Crooked Hillary" moniker Trump so often uses for his opponent, he instead opted for a foreign policy jab: "Hillary Clinton wants to be America's Angela Merkel".

Trump narrated and explained his plans to conquer Islamic extremism which includes a new screening test for the arrivals to the USA during his speech in Ohio.

He vowed "extreme vetting" of immigrants, including new ideological screening to weed out those who don't embrace religious freedom, gender equality and other American values or don't believe in the Constitution.

Trump said one of his first acts as president will be to establish a commission on radical Islam which will include reformist voices in the Muslim community who will work with his administration.

He also said Clinton "lacks the mental and physical stamina to take on ISIS and all of the many adversaries we face".

"I said, get out".

Trump went on to describe something he calls "extreme vetting", which entails stopping issuance of visas in parts of the world with known terror problems. In Trump's view, the government would have an ideological litmus test, based on social media and interviews with friends to determine an immigrant's eligibility for citizenship.

Addressing a select crowd at Youngstown State University in OH, the billionaire property developer pitched himself as the only Presidential candidate capable of taking on "Islamic terrorism", and keeping out those who favor "bigotry and hatred".

This Monday, Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump claimed once again that President Barack Obama and former Secretary of State are to blame for allowing the development of ISIS.

He also hit his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton for backing US intervention in Libya during her tenure as secretary of state.

"Just ask Donald Trump", the video ends.

NATO, which he has criticized as "obsolete", was also named as an organization a Trump administration would work closely with. "Since my comments, they have changed their policy and now have a new division focused on terror threats, very good", he said. "In his confession, the brother took pride in the murder and said: "Girls are born to stay home and follow traditions.", said Trump.

Polls show he is trailing Democrat Hillary Clinton in key battleground states. Nor did the campaign say whether additional screenings would apply to the millions of tourists who spend billions of dollars visiting the United States each year.

He also said he was looking forward to meeting Clinton on the trip.

"How can Trump put this forward with a straight face when he opposes marriage equality and selected as his running mate the man who signed an anti-LGBT law in IN?" he said in a statement.

Trump's most specific anti-Islamic State proposals centered on keeping those seeking to carry out attacks in the West from entering the United States.

Vice-President Joe Biden called Mr Trump's proposals "dangerous" and "un-American".

Manafort denied any wrongdoing, saying he had "never received a single 'off-the books cash payment, '" or worked for the governments of Ukraine or Russian Federation.

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