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Critics piled on to Trump's response to the London attacks, saying it was unseemly and opportunistic for him to use a terrorist attack in another country to push for unconstitutional restrictions in our own. President Obama's former national security advisor, Susan Rice, argued President Trump's proposed travel ban would do nothing to help American security.

"There's no evidence ... we would make ourselves here in the United States safer," she said.
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But others think that political correctness has prevented our leaders from naming radical Islamic terrorism the greatest threat to our nation's safety, and that a ban on people entering the U.S. from Muslim-majority nations could prevent attacks like the ones in Manchester and London.

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Critics say Trump should offer condolences and support for our closest allynot criticize its leaders, share unsubstantiated reports, or rage about political correctness.

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Others say the president isn't taking actions that actually could keep us safe.

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While other leaders tried to demonstrates calm in the face of the tragedy, Trump was accused of fomenting fear and hate.

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But many conservatives think Trump's tone and his focus are spot-on. Blunt talk on terror is what we need right nowif we are hoping to prevent horrific tragedies from happening on our soil.

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