ELECTION 2016 - Trump says attacks should be "wake-up call"

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WASHINGTON (AP) -- 3:50 p.m.
Donald Trump says recent attacks in three states should be "a wake-up call for every American."
The Republican presidential contender made the comment in a statement released Monday. He warned that terrorists are rooting for Hillary Clinton to win the presidency so "they can continue their savagery and murder."
Trump promised that "political correctness" would not shape his policies if elected. He said earlier in the day he supports racial profiling to help prevent terrorist attacks at home.
In the statement, he also renewed his support for "extreme vetting" for legal immigrants coming from troubled regions and reminded voters he would not grant entry to Syrian refugees.
Trump warned that failing "to get smart and get tough fast" could make the weekend's attacks "the new normal."