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  • the Vice President Mike Pence wrote that message as criticism of statements by Trump want to prohibit entry to all Muslims to PRE-BANKRUPTCY
  • days before had occurred the massacre of San Bernardino and in November had been terrorist attacks in Paris.
  • several immigrants held in U.S. airports following the order for Trump.
  • Trump increases “veto measures” to foreigners to prevent the entrance of jihadists in PRE-BANKRUPTCY
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<p> current U.S. Vice President Mike Pence <strong> </strong>has been remembered by many users of social networks by a message posted in December 2015 on Twitter: “requests to prohibit the entry of Muslims in the United States are unconstitutional <strong> </strong> and <strong> </strong> offensive”. </p>
<p> Interestingly, such message was <strong> </strong> reaction to the intentions that already the Republican candidate Donald Trump showed then wanting to prohibit entry to all Muslims to USA after the attacks that took place in Paris in November of 2015 and days after the shooting of San Bernardino (California). “I just made a very important statement about the extraordinary entry of hate and dangers to our country. We must be vigilant,”said Trump on Twitter one day before Pence. </p>
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    Just put out a very important policy statement on the extraordinary influx of hatred & danger coming into our country. We must be vigilant!

    – Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) 7 December 2015

    after the controversial order signed last Friday by Donald Trump, who has begun to close the doors to refugees and immigrants from seven Muslim countries, this message of Pence has returned to re-emerge on social networks. Many users have responded with irony to these remarks by who before the critio and is now the number two of Donald Trump.

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