"We will reject bigotry and hatred and oppression in all its forms, and seek a new future built on our common culture and values as one American people," said Donald Trump
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has said that he will dismiss dogmatism, disdain and abuse in every one of its structures if chose president, a day after he proposed a compelling screening process for those going to the US.
"This is my promise to the American individuals: as your President I will be your most prominent champion. I will battle to guarantee that each American is dealt with similarly, ensured similarly, and regarded similarly," he said in a Facebook post.
"We will dismiss fanaticism and scorn and persecution in every one of its structures, and look for another future based on our regular culture and values as one American individuals," Trump said.
His remarks came a day after he proposed a compelling screening process for those going to the US.
"Pretty much as we won the Cold War, to some degree, by uncovering the wrongs of socialism and the ethics of free markets, so excessively should we go up against the belief system of radical Islam," he said in another post.
"While my rival acknowledged a great many dollars in establishment gifts from nations where being gay is an offense deserving of jail or passing, my organization will take a stand in opposition to the abuse of ladies, gays and individuals of various convictions," Trump said.