It’s hard to get your head around this tweet: It reads, “If I win the election, I will ban all Muslims from entering the United States.
This is an implicit rebuke to the overwhelming number of people who believe Trump is the worst possible candidate to take over the presidency.
The only people who could possibly be in danger of being banned from entering a country that Trump wants to rule is the Muslim world, which would be the same people Trump says he would be most worried about.
The idea that people should feel free to have conversations about race while at the same time banning everyone from doing so is dangerous and absurd.
This is a direct attack on the very concept of free speech, which was the idea that the US should be a place where people could freely talk about what they wanted to say without fear of violence or intimidation.
There are a lot of people out there who want to ban people from speaking out about their beliefs.
What the tweet is trying to do is send a message to those people, especially those who disagree with Trump, that if they are going to do that, it will be okay to be intolerant.
The tweet comes at a time when people are trying to figure out what the next step is going to be.
There’s a lot at stake in what happens after the election.
If Trump wins, we’ll all be living in fear for our safety and security.
What Trump said is clearly not about what’s best for the country or the people of the United State, it’s about what he thinks is best for himself.
It’s about him and his personal brand.
If this was his last tweet, the worst thing he could have said to anyone was, “I will ban ALL Muslims from the United Kingdom from entering, and if I win, I am going to deport every single Muslim in the country, and you can’t even argue with me.”