JTA - Donald Trump said he would test would-be immigrants for anti-Semitic beliefs and that Israel would be a key ally in defeating radical Islam.
Speaking Monday in Youngstown, Ohio, the Republican presidential nominee outlined national security policies that included “extreme vetting” for would-be immigrants, including for those who would reject what he described as American values of tolerance.
“We should only admit into this country those who share our values and respect our people,” Trump said.
Explaining why he favored such a policy, he cited the French experience as an example.
“Beyond terrorism, as we have seen in France, foreign populations have brought their anti-Semitic attitudes with them,” he said. READ MORE