Residents in San Bernardino, coming to terms with a recent mass shooting, react to Donald Trump's call to stop Muslims entering the United States. Correspondent Paul Chapman reports.
San Bernardino's residents are still coming to terms with the mass shooting by a Muslim couple that killed 14 people a week ago.
Despite the still-raw emotions many aren't backing calls by Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump to ban Muslims from entering the U.S.
"Donald Trump is in it for the publicity and I don't think he's really sincere to me, that's my opinion," said Gay Wallace, a San Bernardino resident.
"America was not founded on that kind of principle, America is a land for everyone," according to San Bernardino resident Jeffrey Moscher.
"I don't vote for him and I approve of some of the things he says and I approve of some of the things he don't say because he talks a lot of smack," said Araceli Baez.
Trump's comments have drawn fire on social media, not least from his political rivals and opponents.
President Barack Obama on Sunday urged Americans in a televised address to avoid scape-goating of Islam as a religion.