Trump won’t rule out independent run for president

By LAURIE KELLMAN, Related Press

WASHINGTON (AP) — Republican Donald Trump on Sunday once more refused to rule out an unbiased applicant for president in 2016, and he dug in on creating a database to track Muslims in the U.S.

Questioned on ABC’s “This Week” whether or not he’d bounce to an independent candidacy, Trump explained, “I will see what occurs. I have to be handled reasonably. If I am taken care of reasonably, I’m fantastic.”

The billionaire and previous truth demonstrate star is top the race for the GOP nomination for the fourth straight month, with Republican establishment candidates this kind of as Jeb Bush and Marco Rubio far powering. All the GOP candidates, Trump included, have signed a pledge to assist the party’s eventual presidential nominee and forgo unbiased operates in 2016.

He suggested that his direct in the polls, unshaken by disparaging remarks he’s produced about ethnic groups or his lack of particulars on overseas policy, has vexed the Republican celebration.

“They can not realize, you know, how arrive an outsider can be undertaking so effectively in the celebration,” Trump stated.

The genuine estate mogul’s standing in national polls has only solidified considering that modern Islamic militant attacks in Europe, particularly the Nov. thirteen strikes on Paris that killed one hundred thirty people and wounded hundreds of others. The Islamic Condition team has claimed responsibility for individuals assaults. The upsurge in violence has put force on the candidates from exterior government, largely Trump and retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson, who have tiny foreign coverage or national stability experience.

Trump this weekend has experimented with to back absent from his assistance for a government database to track Muslims in the United States, an thought that drew sharp rebukes from his GOP rivals and disbelief from legal specialists. On Thursday, an NBC Information reporter pressed Trump in Iowa on whether there should be a databases for tracking Muslims in the U.S. Trump replied: “There need to be a lot of systems, past databases.”

Would he set this kind of a databases in spot as president?

“I would surely implement that. Completely.”

He attempted in one more job interview to make clear that position, suggesting a “look at record” for the Syrian refugees admitted to the U.S.

On ABC Sunday, Trump was questioned if he principles out a databases on all Muslims in the U.S.

“No, not at all,” Trump said. “I absolutely want a databases and other checks and balances. We want to go with look at lists. We want to go with databases.”


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