President-elect Donald Trump met with President Obama as he prepares to transition into the White House.
- Trump and Obama talked at length and offered uncharacteristic praise for each other
- An immigration hard-liner is joining Trump's transition team
- Trump's Muslim ban was removed from his website, but it's back
- For Democrats, now what?
- The glass ceiling for Hillary Clinton and women turned out to be a concrete wall
- Anti-Trump protestoes shut down the 101 Freeway in L.A., as protests broke out around the nation
Donald Trump's pledge to deny entry to the country for all Muslims temporarily disappeared from his campaign website after lingering there since December, following the attacks in San Bernardino.
The removal prompted new questions about one of Trump's most controversial promises.
But it was restored Thursday afternoon after what Trump's staff characterized as a technical glitch.
“The website was temporarily redirecting all specific press release pages to the homepage. It is currently being addressed and will be fixed shortly,” the campaign told the Washington Post.
Trump's promise helped him win the GOP primary, while drawing criticism from people who said it ran counter to American values of religious tolerance. In recent months, Trump has suggested that he would revise it to instead target people from countries linked to terrorism, rather than use religion as a criteria. But he had not, until recent days, removed the initial statement from his website.
Thursday, as he was strolling the Capitol with congressional leaders, he walked away from reporters who asked whether the plan to ban Muslims remained on his agenda.