Trump Pivots: Only Muslims From 'Terrorist Countries' Would Be Banned

The rise of populist and nationalist sentiments, particularly among less-educated and older white voters.

Trump has linked the nationalist fervor behind the "leave" vote to the forces driving his own campaign.

"I think a lot of it has to do with entitlement, and that they don't want to be a part of supporting those members of the European Union that aren't as strong as they are", Johnson said. "Obviously, it was a decision the United States had hoped would go the other way".

"Brexit is a wakeup call for the Clinton team", said Scott Reed, chief strategist for the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.

"So when she tries to distract with commercials like this, she's once again showing that she is absolutely afraid of the consequences of what Brexit represented and what the Trump phenomenon in the primaries represented, which is historic numbers of people voting for change against the establishment", Manafort added on NBC.

"I like the idea of making deals with individual countries". I really do see a parallel between what's happening in the United States and what's happening here.

When asked if First Minister Nicola Sturgeon had refused her invitation to visit Turnberry, he replied: "No I don't think so". "It is about Muslims from countries that support terrorism", National Finance Chairman Steven Mnuchin said.

Britain's vote shattered the stability of continental unity forged after World War II and sent markets across the globe tumbling. "The stresses that people are feeling in the United Kingdom are very similar to the stresses here".

"Absolutely wonderful, best news ever".

Following the Brussels bombings in March, the ban resonated with more Americans, a Morning Consult poll found. According to the poll conducted between two to four days after the attacks, 50 percent of Americans said they supported a temporary ban on all Muslims. "I am pleased, very pleased, for the country overall". For many in Britain, leaving the European Union became a way of expressing their frustration with immigration, erosion of sovereignty, economic stagnation, and unaccountable elites. Which countries would he consider to be "terror countries"? Barack Obama said it would never happen.

"We have all been just wiping up the dirt".

The day began with the executive vice president of Trump's golf course saying that Trump would love to take advantage of the weather and give reporters a tour - but that it would not be an opportunity for them to ask questions. "We've got to take care of ourselves before we take care of immigrants or somebody else".

For Chad Benson of Dallas, Georgia, it's time for America to reassert its greatness. "He's proud to be an American. And who put the interests of the American people ahead of their personal business interests".

Still, Trump did not distance himself from his focus on Muslims in the wake of the Orlando, doubling down on his proposal to launch surveillance operations against US mosques during a rally in Atlanta last week.

Democratic U.S. presidential candidate Hillary Clinton speaks during a campaign event at the North Carolina State Fairgrounds in Raleigh, North Carolina, June 22, 2016.

He spoke 31 seconds about the Brexit breakup and the next 14 minutes on the beauty and splendor that is his just reopened Trump Turnberry, which the NY businessman bought in 2014 and renovated at an estimated cost of $290 million.