Trump’s Cabinet picks show deep disdain for free speech and free press

Aug 10, 2021 Economy

Trump’s nominee for ambassador to China, Michael Froman, has called for a ban on American Muslims attending mosques, a ban that would put a strain on America’s relations with the Muslim world.

Froman also has said that “the government has the right to monitor the religious beliefs of Americans.”

In his confirmation hearing, however, Froman called for “a national prayer breakfast.”

That would allow the president to invite a handful of people to a ceremony and then hand over a microphone and microphone.

That would be a big departure from Trump’s previous policies, which called for national prayer.

Trump has called Islam a “religion of peace” and “a religion of love.”

“The president has never advocated a blanket ban on Muslims visiting American mosques,” Froman said in his hearing.

“But he does believe that we should maintain a strong national commitment to religious freedom, a commitment that has led to the country’s long-standing reputation as a welcoming place for all faiths.”

Trump has also said that he supports a ban in the U.S. on the entry of people from Muslim countries, and he has pledged to implement such a ban if elected president.

From a September 30 interview with ABC News’ David Muir, Trump said, “I think I could get along very well with a lot of people, but I don’t know anybody who would be comfortable with me being president.

I mean, it’s just the way I am.

I think I would be fine.”

“If I thought I was going to be a very nice president, you know, I would go to my friends and have a nice dinner and have nice conversations, and that would be very nice,” he added.

But the president has said he has “no desire” to take a hardline stance on Islam, and his picks for his cabinet and senior administration officials have expressed an interest in moderating Trump’s stance.

For instance, Vice President Mike Pence, Trump’s pick to be the U,S.

ambassador to the United Nations, has been a strong supporter of the religious freedom bill.

“The First Amendment is an amazing, beautiful thing,” Pence said in September during his confirmation hearings.

“I just think it’s a very important thing that we protect.”

“I know that we are going to have a great administration,” he continued.

“If there is a Muslim ban, I think there should be a Muslim Ban.”

“So, the president is going to continue to do what he’s doing, because I think he’s very loyal to the American people,” he said in November, after he was inaugurated.

But on a more personal level, Pence also has criticized Trump for making a series of racially insensitive remarks about Mexican immigrants.

Trump called Mexican immigrants “rapists” and rapists, and called Mexican citizens “rapers.”

“When you start talking about the size of our country, you start looking at the size, the strength, the potential strength, of our community, of Mexican Americans,” Pence told reporters in January.

“And I think that was a very, very offensive comment.”

Pence also said in January that he would not “stand in the way of the president” getting elected, saying, “We are a nation of laws, and I will do everything I can to uphold the laws.”

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