Donald Trump laid out his immigration policy in no uncertain terms Monday at a campaign stop in Derry, New Hampshire.
"I will implement strong ideological screening of all immigrants," Trump promised, "if you hate America, if you want to abolish Israel, if you don't like our religion—which a lot of 'em don't—if you sympathize with jihadists, then we don't want you in our country and you are not getting in.”
The operative phrase there is: "if you don't like our religion."
Ronald Reagan cast America as "a shining city on a hill."
Trump envisions his America as a shining theocracy on a hill.
Doesn't seem like that's what the Founding Fathers were going for.
Also guessing they didn’t imagine the front-runner for a major-party presidential nomination uttering these words: “Our capital is the opposite of tippy top. It’s a sh-thouse,” Trump said.