President Trump was frequently critical of President Obama's deference to the MB, and Obama even met with them at the White House.
But Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) proposed a bill to declare the MB a terror organization and several countries, including Muslim nations, have banned them.
So, if Trump declares the MB a terrorist organization, it is then a criminal act for Americans to fund them and would ban banks from processing money for them, as well as bar people with MB ties from coming to the U.S. It would also make it easier deporting immigrants with ties to the group.
Major critics of the MB include important Muslim leaders in the U.S. and around the world, both Shia and Sunni sects.
Lebanese Sunni Sheikh Hasan Moreib praised an Egyptian crackdown against the MB because "the people there realized the danger of the Muslim Brotherhood," and also noted they MB had gone down a "bloody path" that "offended the Islamic religion and community."
But Syria's head of the MB, Mohammed Hikmat Walid, insists the MB is a peaceful organization and Senator Cruz's bill is "unjust and not based on true facts."
Then he beheaded an infidel.