Major Trump speech on Islam in Saudi Arabia being drafted by ‘Muslim ban’ architect

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Senior White House Advisor Stephen Miller waits to go on the air in the White House Briefing Room in Washington, U.S., February 12, 2017. Miller is reportedly writing Donald Trump’s forthcoming speech to Muslim leaders in Saudi Arabia.Reuters

A forthcoming major speech in Saudi Arabia by Donald Trump on the need to confront radical Islam is being drafted by an advisor who devised the ‘Muslim ban’ policy which was blocked by the US courts, according to reports.

Trump’s speech, which will be delivered to around 50 Muslim leaders in Saudi Arabia during his international tour which begins later this month, is reportedly being written by Stephen Miller, who played a key role in the travel ban from seven Muslim-majority countries that did not include Saudi Arabia.

The speech is likely to be in stark contrast to that given in 2009 by Trump’s predecessor Barack Obama in Cairo, entitled ‘A new

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