The Republican president-elect, Donald Trump, has repeatedly denounced Muslim immigrants and refugees, claiming that they pose a danger to America.

Trump has repeatedly attacked President Barack Obama for not speaking out more forcefully against Islamophobia and Islamophobia is spreading.

Trump’s rhetoric is part of a broader strategy to vilify immigrants and Muslims that has been described as a “war on Muslims.”

But as Breitbart News has previously reported, there is significant evidence to support the theory that Trump’s policies could have a negative impact on Americans’ security, national security, and economic well-being.

A recent study published in the journal American Behavioral Scientist finds that Trump and his allies are not only actively attempting to spread anti-Islamic hate, they are actively engaging in a concerted campaign of intimidation and discrimination against Muslims in order to do so.

In particular, a new study published by researchers at the University of Maryland and the University at Buffalo in their 2017 paper, “A new strain of xenophobic xenophobia: the xenophobia of Trumpism.”

The researchers found that Trump has consistently targeted Muslims and other immigrants and the media has repeatedly reported his attacks on Muslims as “hate crimes.”

The authors of the study said the Trump administration’s policies have made Muslims more vulnerable to the spread of anti-immigrant bigotry.

The authors concluded that Trump “has been successful in shifting public opinion on immigration and immigration policies, and has mobilized support for his xenophobic policy agenda.”

The Trump administration has consistently sought to marginalize Muslims in the United States and around the world.

In fact, the Trump campaign website has referred to Muslims as the “worst terrorists” in the world and has repeatedly cited ISIS-inspired attacks against U.S. Muslims.

The Trump campaign also has called for the creation of a “Muslim registry,” an idea that the Obama administration has strongly opposed, as well as a ban on Muslim immigration to the United Kingdom.

Trump, however, has made anti-Islamist remarks, and as Breitbart reported in March, the president-election campaign’s website referred to a “lone wolf” terrorist attack that took place in California last year.

The report’s authors noted that anti-Semitic violence has been increasing in recent years and that “anti-Semitic hate crimes are increasing.”

The study found that while Trump has expressed support for the idea of “extreme vetting” for Muslims, “anti-(Islamic) rhetoric is the dominant political ideology in the Trump Administration.”

The research authors found that a wide range of anti–Muslim sentiment has been documented across multiple government agencies, including the White House, the Department of Homeland Security, the Office of Immigration Statistics, the State Department, the U.N. Population Fund, and the Office on Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships.

Anti-Muslim rhetoric is increasingly being used by the Trump and Obama administrations to justify policies that target Muslims.

For example, in 2017, the administration pushed for “extreme visa vetting” that would “require a biometric entry stamp and biometric data entry into the U,S.

for any person entering the U.,S.”

The report said that the Trump immigration policies “are designed to create barriers to immigration for Muslims and others from Muslim-majority countries.”

In the United Arab Emirates, for example, the government has enacted a law that would require anyone who has been convicted of a crime against the Islamic religion to be deported.

The government has also issued travel advisories for countries that are under the administration of President Rodrigo Duterte.

For instance, the UAE, a nation of about 300 million people, has “a visa waiver program that is the highest in the region,” the report said.

“There is an effort to undermine the security of the United Nations, the International Criminal Court, and other international institutions, including those in the Middle East and Central Asia.”

Trump has also advocated for a “travel ban” on Muslim-populated countries, which has been widely condemned by human rights groups and others as discriminatory and counterproductive.

Trump and the Trump presidency have also tried to ban immigrants from certain countries and groups, such as Iran, Somalia, Syria, Iraq, Sudan, and Libya.

The “travel bans” have been met with fierce criticism from Muslim groups, with many criticizing the actions of the Trump-administration as a form of discrimination.

As Breitbart News reported last year, Trump has said the United Muslim Emirates is a “total disgrace,” and the administration has recently implemented “extreme measures” to prevent “Islamic extremism.”

For instance on January 16, the day after Trump took office, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) announced that it would impose “unprecedented” restrictions on media coverage of the U