During the second presidential debate, Donald Trump was asked if he still believes the U.S. needs the "Muslim ban" he proposed back in 2015, and he responded by saying that his preferred policy is now called "extreme vetting."

"The Muslim ban is something that in some form has morphed into a extreme vetting," Trump said. "People are coming into our country like we have no idea who they are. Where they are from. What their feeling about our country is and she wants 550 percent more. This is going to be the great Trojan horse of all time. I believe in building safe zones ... We know nothing about their values and we know nothing about their love for our country."

On the topic of Muslim-Americans, one audience member asked Trump, "How will you help people like me deal with the consequences of being a threat to the country after the election is over?"

Trump responded by saying they were "right about Islamaphobia and that's a shame," but focused on the need for Muslims to "report when they see something going on."

"In San Bernardino, many people saw the bombs all over the apartment of the two people that killed 14 and wounded many, many people. Horribly wounded. Never be the same. Muslims have to report the problems when they see them. And you know, there's always a reason for everything. If they don't do that, it's a very difficult situation for our country because you look at Orlando. And you look at San Bernardino and the World Trade Center. Look at Paris. The horrible, these are radical islamic terrorists. And (Hillary Clinton) won't even mention the word and nor will President Obama."]