Jeff Flake: Trump’s Muslim Ban, Immigration Stance Aren’t Conservative and Shouldn’t Be Part of the GOP

‘I spoke up when I felt that I should and when the president made statements with regard to immigrants, with regard to my colleague, John McCain, with regard to promoting a Muslim ban during the campaign’

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FLAKE: "I spoke up when I felt that I should and when the president made statements with regard to immigrants, with regard to my colleague, John McCain, with regard to promoting a Muslim ban during the campaign. Those are things that aren’t conservative. They shouldn’t be part of the Republican Party. I stood up and I’m glad I did. And I think that my colleagues ought to as well." 

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