(VOA NEWS) -U.S. presidential candidate Donald Trump has stirred up controversy this year with comments about Muslims and Mexicans. On Thursday, it was the Somali community’s turn to be in Trump’s line of fire.
Speaking at a campaign rally in Portland, Maine, the Republican Party nominee said the United States needed to stop admitting refugees from Somalia. He said that the U.S. was opening its doors to people from unstable countries and that the practice could be “the great Trojan horse of all time.”
Trump cast doubt on the vetting processes for asylum-seekers and asserted that terrorists infiltrate the refugee system. READ MORE OF THIS REPORT
SOURCES: VOA NEWS ONLINE