By Jamal Whiteman
Republican Presidential frontrunner Donald Trump has spoken about his plans to deport 11 million undocumented immigrants, but now he’s also saying he’s going to go after Muslims too.
“You can’t really trust Muslims,” said Trump at a campaign rally in Iowa. “You really don’t know whose side they are really on. I know it’s not politically correct, but it has to be said.”
“When I’m president, I’ll ban immigration from Muslim countries, and insist all Muslims swear loyalty oaths on the bible, not the koran,” Trump said.
Trump’s anti-Muslim comments fall inline with several inflammatory comments made by other Republicans. Dr. Ben Carson, who is running second behind Trump, shocked many people when he said he wouldn’t vote for a Muslim president. And in 2012, presidential candidate Herman Cain said he wouldn’t elect a Muslim to his cabinet.
A man who spoke at a Trump rally said we have a “problem with Muslims,” and President Barack Obama was one.