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Trump Shifts Muslim Ban to Only Focus on 'Terrorist' Nations


ABC News(ABERDEEN, Scotland) -- Donald Trump said Saturday it "wouldn't bother me" if Scottish Muslims came to the United States, seeming to move away from the temporary ban on all Muslims coming to the United States that he has called for throughout his presidential campaign.In interviews at his golf course in Aberdeen, Scotland, Trump went further, saying that the ban would be focused on "terrorist" countries, shifting from his previous proposal of "a total and complete shutdown of Muslims ent

Trump Slams Clinton, Downplays Brexit's Potential Effect on the US


ABC News(ABERDEEN, Scotland) -- Speaking from Aberdeen, Scotland, one day after England voted to leave the European Union, Donald Trump chastised Hillary Clinton for failing to appear on camera to talk about the vote.Trump had tweeted similar sentiments Saturday morning:So funny, Crooked Hillary called BREXIT so incorrectly, and now she says that she is the one to deal with the U.K. All talk, no action!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) June 25, 2016Hillary Clinton released a statement a

House Members Introduce Unlikely Gun Control Compromise After Democrats' Sit-In


iStock/Thinkstock(WASHINGTON) -- Hoping to cut through the gridlock around gun control, a bipartisan group of House members introduced a gun control compromise Friday identical to the measure proposed by Sen. Susan Collins, R-Maine, after the Orlando nightclub shooting.The proposal from Reps. Seth Moulton, D-Massachusetts, Carlos Curbelo, R-Florida, Scott Rigell, R-Virginia, and Bob Dold, R-Illinois, would prevent people on the federal government's no-fly and Selectee lists from buying guns, and

Trump Greeted by Swastika Golf Balls in Scotland


ABC/ Ida Mae Astute(TURNBERRY, Scotland) -- Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump is on his two-day business trip to Scotland and so far has spent his time getting in touch with his Scottish roots, giving his two-cents on Brexit, and celebrating the reopening of his luxury resort and golf course Trump Turnberry.But the trip, which is turning out to be something of an infomercial for the real estate mogul’s properties overseas, has not been without controversy.Trump’s news co

Trump Uses Brexit 'Shockwave' in Fundraising Pitch


ABC News(NEW YORK) -- Hours after praising Britain’s vote to leave the European Union as “purely historic,” the presumptive Republican presidential nominee is fundraising off the vote.“The voters stood up for their nation – they put the United Kingdom first, and they took their country back,” Trump wrote in an email to supporters praising the United Kingdom referendum vote, dubbed “Brexit.” “Let’s send another shockwave around the world

President Obama Reaffirms Ties to United Kingdom After Brexit Vote


Official White House Photo by Pete Souza(WASHINGTON) -- President Obama on Friday reaffirmed the ties between the U.S and the United Kingdom, after its vote to leave the European Union, stressing "one thing that will not change is the special relationship between our two nations -- that will endure."Obama said that earlier Friday morning he spoke with British Prime Minister David Cameron, who has announced his resignation in the wake of the referendum, as well as German Chancellor Angela Merkel.

Sanders Says He'll Vote for Clinton But Still Remain in the Race


ABC News(NEW YORK) — Bernie Sanders said in an interview with MSNBC Friday morning that he will vote for presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton in November.“Yes. Yeah, I think the issue right here is, I'm going to do everything I can to defeat Donald Trump," Sanders said. "I think Trump in so many ways will be a disaster for this country, if he were to be elected president."Still, Sanders said he is not dropping out of the race.“I haven't heard her say the

Clinton's First Spanish Language TV Ad Will Air During Copa America's Final Matc


ABC News(NEW YORK) — Just one day after a decision by the Supreme Court that would halt President Barack Obama's executive action on immigration reform, Hillary Clinton's campaign today debuted its first Spanish-language TV ad -- targeting Donald Trump.The 60-second spot -- titled "Nuestra Historia" (Our History) -- will air nationally on Sunday during Copa America's final match between Chile and Argentina. The soccer match, which will be held in New Jersey, is expected to draw huge viewer

Democrats see close race in Kansas between Clinton, Sanders


TOPEKA, Kan. — Democratic elected officials and party establishment figures like former Gov. Kathleen Sebelius are working to see that Hillary Clinton wins Kansas' presidential caucuses. But they acknowledge that Clinton is in a tough race agai

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