Trump says 9/11 would not have happened if he'd been President because his immigration policy would have stopped Muslim hijackers coming to the US

            Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump speaks during his campaign event at the Ocean Center Convention Center on August 3, 2016 in Daytona, Florida                     
Donald Trump claimed his Muslim ban would have stopped 9/11 attacks
Billionaire candidate also  declared Hillary Clinton was a 'founder of ISIS'
Mr Trump slapped down campaign chaos claims - declaring it was united

Donald Trump has claimed his policy platform could have prevented the 9/11 terrorist attacks on the United States because his immigration plan would have stopped Muslim hijackers from entering the country.
The Republican candidate also reportedly claimed Hillary Clinton was the 'founder of ISIS' during his speech to a party event in Daytona Beach, Florida, on Wednesday.
In of his most controversial comments to date, Mr Trump had pledged to ban all Muslims - 1.6 billion people worldwide - from entering the US.

However, this policy has since been clarified to include only immigrants from so-called 'terror states'.
His immigration plan also involves building a massive wall to stop illegal immigrants along the country's southern border with Mexico - and make Mexico pay for it

ABC News reports that Mr Trump - declaring his campaign more united than ever amid reports it was in chaos - used the rally on Wednesday to set out how the immigration policy would have influenced America had he been president back in 2001.
'Those people that knocked down the World Trade Center most likely, under the Trump policy, wouldn't have been here to knock down the World Trade Center,' Mr Trump said.
Supporters listen intently to Mr Trump at the rally in Daytona Beach on Wednesday  
The Muslim ban was met with a storm of global controversy in December last year when Mr Trump called for a 'total and complete shutdown' of US borders to Muslims following the San Bernardino terrorist attack. Fourteen people were killed by a Muslim couple in an attack which drew praise from ISIS.
However, Mr Trump and his campaign has appeared to soften the stance in recent months with clarifications.
In May and early June, Mr Trump described the ban as temporary. He later tweeted, in late June, a further clarification.
'We must suspend immigration from regions linked with terrorism until a proven vetting method is in place,' he said.
Mr Trump declared his campaign was more united than ever amid reports it was in chaos 
The Huffington Post reported that it tried to clarify Mr Trump's immigration policy with his campaign following the Daytona speech as he had also promised a stricter screening process for citizens from 'dangerous countries' such as Syria in another version of the policy.
The website reported the latter proposal stopped short of the original blanket ban and appeared to exempt the countries where the 9/11 hijackers hailed from - Saudi Arabia, Egypt, the United Arab Emirates, and Lebanon.
The ABC network reported Mr Trump also used his speech to claim that Mrs Clinton deserved an award because she was 'the founder of ISIS.'
'Wouldn't that be embarrassing to lose to crooked Hillary Clinton?' Mr Trump said.
'That would be terrible.'


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