Some US Mayors Want Donald Trump to Stay Out of Their Cities

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As Donald Trump seeks to bar Muslims from entering the United States, some mayors across the country have a message for the Republican presidential front-runner: Stay away.

From Philadelphia to St. Petersburg, Fla., mayors — joining most of Trump’s fellow presidential hopefuls — are denouncing the proposal in forceful language.

Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter, a Democrat, used a blunt profanity to describe Trump at a news conference this week with local religious leaders.

Though Nutter apologized for his language – Philadelphia is a city where people are known to speak their minds – he insisted that Trump’s rhetoric is harmful to the country.

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