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by taking its money. i'm bernie sanders. i approve this message. join us for real change. breaking right now. donald trump calling for a ban on all muslims coming to america. the leading republican presidential candidate and his unprecedented call. to block all muslims from entering the u.s. tourists, anyone muslim. his republican opponents pouncing. the white house now responding at this hour. also breaking, abc news, the first to obtain this image of the killers arriving in the u.s. for the first time together. and the fbi tonight revealing what they were doing just days before the massacre. america on edge. the frightening moment inside the mall. the shattering glass. shoppers running for cover. the breaking ing ing headline from chicago. another video kept from the public eye.
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this officer will not be charged. and the christmas scheme. stealing the package sitting on your doorstep. and leaving another in its place. and the one important step you can take tonight. good evening. and it's great to have you with us here on a monday night. and we begin tonight with a country on edge and looking for reassurance, after 14 people were killed in that california massacre. less than 24 hours now after president obama tried to calm the nation, the republican front-runner out tonight with his own unprecedented call to bar all muslims from entering the united states. what he calls a, quote, total and complete shutdown of muslims entering this country. members of his own party react reacting swuftly at this hour. so is the white house, so is hillary clinton. and all of this comes amid that image of the killers coming through customs in chicago, when they first arrived 17 months ago, as the fbi reveals they
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days before the attacks. we begin with that call from donald trump for a ban on muslims coming to america, until, quote, our country's representatives can figure out what's going on. abc's tom llamas, leading us off. >> reporter: tonight, donald trump is telling the world muslims are no longer welcome in america. just days after saying this -- >> i know muslim people, they are phenomenal people, but there is a problem in there. >> reporter: the republican front-runner is now calling for a total and complete shutdown of muslims entering the united states. declaring, "our country cannot be the victims of horrendous attacks by people that believe only in jihad, and have no sense of reason or respect for human life." this, less than 24 hours after president obama called for more tolerance for muslims after that terrorist attack in california. >> it's our responsibility to reject proposals that muslim-americans should somehow be treated differently. part of it, especially when isis is out to kill. >> we're going to be so tough
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have to be. that [ bleep ] is not going to happen anymore. i tell you right now. >> reporter: and saying his war on terror won't end with the terrorists. >> i would certainly go after the wives who absolutely knew what was happening, and i guess your definition of what i do, i'm going to leave that to your imagination. >> reporter: but with today's proposed ban, trump is upping his rhetoric to an unprecedented level. jeb bush called it unhinged. governor chris christie called it ridiculous. >> this is the kind of thing that people say when they have no experience and don't know what they're talking about. we do not need to resort to that type of activity nor should we. >> reporter: trump's extreme plan comes the same day new iowa polls show senator ted cruz on the rise. his momentum fueled in part by his solution for isis. >> we will carpet bomb them into oblivion. i don't know if sand can glow in the dark, but we're going to find out. >> reporter: hillary clinton
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saying more needs to be done. >> well, we're not winning but it's too soon to say that we are doing everything we need to do. >> reporter: but in response to trump, tonight, clinton tweeting, "this is reprehensible, bridge dised and divisive. donald trump, you don't get it. this makes us less safe." >> a lot of reaction coming in. tom llamas with us live. i though we have a team inside the trump rally at this hour. how are supporters reacting? >> reporter: well, david, some supporters are actually endorsing this plan, saying they fully support it. others are calling for any type of screening process when it comes to muslims. but tonight, donald trump may united states constitution. lawyers telling us that muslim immigrants could not be denied or preferred because of their religion, that would go completely against the trump ban. david? >> tom llamas, thank you. and you saw his republican opponents responding. the white house also quickly weighing in tonight. let's bring in abc's chief martha raddatz. call.
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>> reporter: it certainly is, david. just think about what donald trump is saying right now. there are as many as 7 million muslims in this country. so, could their relatives not come in? what about athletes? would trump ban teams from coming from muslim countries? student visas? the white house has already responded, saying it's totally contrary to our value as americans. we have in our bill of rights respect for the freedom of religion. and, the counsel on american/muslim relations, the largest advocacy organization tonight is condemning trump's comments and, of course, this comes at a time when law enforcement really needs the help of muslim communities. and experts will also tell you, this is exactly what isis would love, more muslims will feel alienated, not just radical muslims, and they will try to recruit them, david. >> martha raddatz live in washington tonight. martha, thank you.
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that young couple behind the terror attack. chilling new details about their secret life. the fbi tonight revealing they were both radicalized for, quote, quite some time. overnight, the fbi questioning their neighbor, a childhood friend, who authorities say bought those assault weapons and then, they say, checking himself into a mental facility after the attacks. abc's chief investigative correspondent brian ross tonight. >> reporter: there was no joy, no smiles, as the two future killers arrived in the united states for the first time as a married couple. this picture was taken in july 2014 at chicago's o'hare air poert as american citizen syed farook brought home tashfeen malik, a pakistani bride he met on a mat try moan y'all website. tonight, federal authorities are trying to determine if even then they were planning to go to war with america. >> we have learned and believed that both subjects were radicalized and have been for quite some time. >> reporter: the fbi today also revealed that the couple took
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range just days before the attack. and overnight, agents finally were able to question the man who they say provided the couple with the two high powered rifles. authorities say enrique marquez, a convert to islam, is now being questioned about his relationship with fariq. he sand farook group up next to each other. >> they were very close friends. if anybody in this neighborhood, enrique was the closest to syed. >> reporter: overseas, the unvest game is focusing on the wife's background and contacts in pakistan before she came to the u.s. malik's official photos show her evolution from the young woman wearing makeup and a scarf, her hair showing in a college application, to a still loose veil, but no makeup, in a national i.d. card to this photo, applying for a u.s. visa, with traditional veil. and finally, her arrival at o'hare airport in a strict conservative black dead
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>> she's probably the most radicalized of the two of what we've seen so far and could easily persuade a spouse. >> reporter: only a few years ago, farook appeared to be just another californian millennial, looking for love. but he, too, underwent a transformation in how he presented himself after travels to pakistan and saudi arabia, and then his marriage to malik. as the fbi found when it raided the couple's home, they tried to cover their tracks by destroying phones and computers. but it appears farook did leave behind his voice on a mobile phone answering system. >> syed farook -- >> is not available. >> reporter: the voice of a killer. >> syed farook. >> and brian ross with us now. just last night, the president said there was no evidence of a country. but your sources telling you that. david. authorities say they are pursuing a number of different leads tonight that could lead to charges against others as alleged accomplices. >> all right, bruin. i know you and your team will stay on this.
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chilling new accounts from inside that holiday party. the 14 lives cut short. and this evening, we are hearing from some of those workers in the room who survived. describing what sounded like fireworks at first, and then a man dressed all in black, unleashing a hail of gun fire. abc's cecilia vega in san >> reporter: the shooting started before the attackers even walked in the room. >> it was pop, pop, pop, pop. >> maybe a little bit more. >> reporter: doors open? >> doors fly open. >> yes. >> yeah, they were forced open, hard. shooter stepped right into the room and began firing immediately. >> reporter: health department bosses, trudy raymundo and korwin corwin porter, gathered inside the very room where they held an active shooter training just the year before. the second they heard the shots fired, they dropped to the ground, hiding under tables for cover. it seemed like it went on forever? >> forever. >> reporter: the room was packed
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a podium on one side for presentations, a christmas tree on the other. syed farook and tashfeen malik burst in through this door at the center of the conference room, opening fire, blowing out windows and striking many of the people at this table, the very table farook had been sitting at earlier. >> we have several down in a conference room. several down. >> reporter: they say farook entered first, wearing a ski mask, the couple unloading at least 65 rounds. what are you thinking, what are you doing? >> there was a small break in the table cloth and i just kept looking down and i kept hoping that the gun fire would stop. and i just couldn't believe that it would stop. >> reporter: what went through your mind when you heard that name? >> a complete sense of betrayal. it amazes me every day how close this group is, how tight knit they are and it's nothing but betrayal. >> and cecilia is now with us live, cecilia, did this gunman, their coworker turned on them, say anything when he entered that room? >> reporter: actually, no, david.
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they did this in complete silence. one of the workers telling me he did manage to look up at one point and see farook pointing ground. out appeared that he was firing david? >> cecilia vega on the scene in california all weekend long. cecilia, thank you. tonight, this nation still all. a scare at a mall over the weekend. shoppers thought they heard gun fire. it was thieves smashing glass. but that fear is leading to the kind of long lines we've witnessed at gun stores across this country. abc's matt gutman in california at the scene of that mall. >> reporter: s.w.a.t. teams and cruisers screaming to the scene. >> shots fired inside a mall. active shooter. >> reporter: those mall shoppers sprinting for cover. i thought it was a terrorist attack. >> what's happening? what's happening? and started running out the >> three males with guns. three males with guns.
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guns. only thieves' sledgehammers smashing displays. and tonight, with the nation increasingly on edge, gun store owners across the country reporting a surge in sales, from washington state to pennsylvania. >> people are scared. the situation in california, i think, has really alerted a lot of people. >> reporter: what kind of weapon are you looking for? >> looking at an ar-style. >> reporter: at this gun shop, the line is hours long. just a mile from the site of that rampage. >> it could be you, it could be me. so, in reality, i mean, terrorists, we have home-grown terrorists. >> reporter: a new reality setting in. the parking lot is as full as the store, in fact, the volume is so high that one employee told us it's unmanageable. in fact, one of the hottest ticket items today? assault-style rifles. david? >> matt, thank you. we turn now to an abc news exclusive tonight. the new threat from social media, fufling isis, and by one
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videos from isis on social media every day. we know that whif ife turned killer pledged her allegiance to isis on facebook. pierre thomas spoke exclusively with jeh johnson, asking him, what he would say to the leaders of facebook, google. >> reporter: when you meet with executives from social media companies like facebook, twitter, youtube, what are you asking them to do? >> i'm asking them to partner with community leaders in the muslim community to give them a larger platform for their message, to give them a larger platform and a larger microphone for the counter message. >> pierre is with us now live. i know there's a lot of concern about social media being used as a major tool for isis. you reached out to some of the nation's top tech companies and >> reporter: yes, david. the companies say they have a zero tolerance policy. facebook told us, there is no place for terrorists on facebook. we work aggressively to ensure
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terror groups using the site, and we also remove any content that praises or supports terrorisms. youtube told us out rell jekts terrorism and has a strong track record of taking swift action against terrorist content. and while twitter did not give us a statement, it pointed us to guidelines which say users are period. david? >> pierre thomas with us, his tonight. pierre, thank you. we have breaking developments out of chicago this evening. that chicago police officer seen in this dash cam video. it is difficult to watch, firing at 25-year-old ron johnson, killing him. whether not not be charged. authorities say johnson was armed, resisting arrest. but now word of a department of justice investigation, taking aim at the entire chicago police department. abc's alex perez in chicago tonight. >> reporter: tonight, top chicago officials under fire in the wake of this now infamous video, showing a chicago police
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16 times in 15 seconds. now, a new video of a different case, shows police chasing 25-year-old ronald johnson, one of the officers, opening fire, killing johnson. the county prosecutor announcing today no charges for the officer involved. >> i'm not covering anything up. >> reporter: the video released more than a year after the johnson's family says that gun was planted. >> i want that case reopened and i want him charged with murder. >> reporter: tonight, the department of justice announcing the entire chicago police investigation. embattled maid your rahm emanuel fired the city's top cop last week. >> what do you say people to think that you are part of the problem? how do you answer that? >> one of the things i have to do is, i'm taking responsibility for what happened and i take responsibility for fixing it in this action. >> reporter: and here at city hall, mayor emanuel insists he will not resewn and argues the sweeping changes s s hope to win the
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>> thank you, alex. we turn now to former president jimmy carter, battling brain. now revealing that doctors have vanished. he shared the news yesterday with the sunday school class he teaches at his hometown church and we are pulling for him. there is still much more ahead on "world news tonight" this monday. the christmas scheme. millions of packages stolen, right from your front door. thieves caught on camera tonight, grabbing deliveries at your doorstep. some leaving another package in its place. one important step you can take right now. also tonight, the tv star and one of nfl's top tonight. the former "dancing with the stars" contestant desperate to find her missing brother. and just in this evening, lebron james signing one of the biggest deals ever. we'll be right back. ue to afib, not caused by a heart valve problem. but i won't accept is
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