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'I want the government to have complete control over the information in my phone,' he told the paper.
On Saturday, the day after the attack at Paris attacks, Mr Obama promised to hold a 'town hall meeting' on Islam in the United States – but instead he made clear he was interested in finding ways to keep out radical Muslims.
In his own campaign release, his former chief strategist had said that he would 'hold a town hall meeting on Islam in the United States'.
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Mr Trump and the presumptive Republican presidential nominee have been making bigoted and incendiary attacks about immigrants and Muslims.
On Wednesday, the White House released a statement saying that, for Mr Trump, the 'fact that his critics have attacked Muslims because of their faith is an insult to all Americans'.
'This is a campaign that has turned off voters in many states across the country. His opponents do not believe he speaks for millions of Americans and are desperate for him to abandon the divisive rhetoric that has caused so much pain and suffering over the last seven years.'
'We need a commander-in-chief who can handle the biggest threats we face, not one who can look the other way and allow hateful rhetoric to permeate our discourse,' a spokesman said.
In his own campaign release, Mr Obama (above in his campaign press release) said that he would 'hold a town hall meeting on Islam in the United States'
'In the meantime, we must do all we can to encourage Muslims to stay and build bridges and support our law enforcement agencies, as they have done so successfully at the local level. This includes offering them the benefits of lawful permanent residence in this country without creating a new class of American citizens,' the statement said.
'As President Obama has noted, we need more to do to give law enforcement mor해운대출장샵e training so they can better identify patterns and potential threats, and work more effectively to thwart domestic radicalization.'