In an appearance on CNN’s New Day Tuesday morning, the Washington Examiner’s Salena Zito said, “I did go out and drove around Pennsylvania and Ohio over the weekend, talked to a lot of people on the Amtrak train yesterday, from Pittsburgh to Washington, and there were a lot of people that did not vote for [Trump] who like the idea of the sort of stoppage, the pause.”
“They’re not particularly thrilled with the way that he did it. Nonetheless, they like the idea – they believe we need to do a better job of vetting,” Zito said.
Host Alisyn Camerota asked Zito how people responded to the fact that no refugees have been involved in a deadly terror attack.
Zito said people didn’t view the order as singling out any one group: “They don’t look at it as it’s targeting any one person … They look at it as a stop-gap way to check everyone.”
Zito earned praise during the election for her explanation of the Trump phenomenon in Rust Belt states.
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