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Saipov was reportedly shot by police in NY and was taken to hospital for treatment, and in the wake of the incident, US President Donald Trump called for Homeland Security to increase its vetting process.

Trump has ordered to step up USA vetting programme after the recent terrorist attack in NY, saying that "being politically correct is fine, but not for this".

It is thought that the devastating attack which killed eight innocent people will further intensify the Presidents plans to introduce the strict new program which he has been campaigning for since the past year.

"My Administration will provide its full support to the New York City Police Department, including through a joint investigation with the Federal Bureau of Investigation", the formal statement issued in the president's name said. Just 30 days apart, Trump's response to the two attacks underscored the pattern of his wildly different attitudes about how the United States should respond to attacks carried out by those inspired by radical Islamist ideology and those with no such motivations.

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"We need quick justice and strong justice, much quicker and stronger than we have now". The US termed the incident as an "act of terrorism".

Trump's opening volley of tweets, late Tuesday afternoon, telegraphed all that's followed.

Trump's reaction "is in keeping with his responses to other attacks" in which the perpetrator was alleged to have possible links with Islamic State, says Al Jazeera English.

Before a Cabinet meeting, the president said he would end the Diversity Visa Program that attacker Sayfullo Saipov used to enter the country in 2010.

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"I think there's a difference between being a candidate and being the President", she had said.

The latest version of the ban, which would bar most people from eight countries from entering the US, was blocked by two federal judges.

A leading USA political commentator has said a travel ban or increased vetting would not have stopped the suspect in the New York City attack.

"In any event we are EXTREME VETTING people coming into the order to help keep our country safe", Trump tweeted, following the London terror attack in June. What we have right now is a joke, and it's a laughing stock.

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