MARKET WATCH: Donald Trump just went full Adolf Hitler with his proposal to keep all Muslim immigrants and tourists from entering the United States. At least that’s the takeaway from Tuesday’s front page of the Philadelphia Daily News, which shows Trump raising his arm in what looks like a Nazi salute. The headline pun: The New Furor. Backlash was swift, even among Republican Party notables. For one, former Vice President Dick Cheney, who told radio host Hugh Hewitt: “This whole notion that somehow we can just say no more Muslims, just ban a whole religion, goes against everything we stand for and believe in.” MORE
PHAWKER: Dick Cheney saying you went too far is like Amy Winehouse calling you a drunk, or Michael Jackson calling you weird.
NEW YORK TIMES: “Paris is no longer the same city it was,” Trump said, before adding, without citing any evidence: “They have sections in Paris that are radicalized where the police refuse to go there. They’re petrified. The police refuse to go in there. We have places in London and other places that are so radicalized that the police are afraid for their own lives.”Mr. Trump’s statement about Paris has no basis in fact: There are no districts there or outside Paris where the police have said they are unwilling to go. The mayor of London, Boris Johnson, meanwhile, said that Mr. Trump’s claim about his city was “complete and utter nonsense.” MORE