Former Trump Adviser Roger Stone: Trump's Proposal Of Blocking All Muslims From Entering The US “Appeals To Average People”

On Fox Business, Stone Claims Paris And San Bernardino Attacks May Have Created The “Perfect Storm” For Trump To Be Elected

From the December 7 edition of Fox Business' Making Money with Charles Payne:

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ANDREW NAPOLITANO (GUEST HOST): Roger Stone, how impractical would it be for Donald Trump's proposal to become law. That there would be a religious test for entry into the United States and if you're a member of one religion, you can't get in no matter what.

ROGER STONE: First of all, I'm not a lawyer, so I can't address the legal aspects. I will say this, I think it is a mistake to underestimate the political appeal of what Trump has said today. Very much like the attack on America at 9/11 created a perfect storm, which elected Michael Bloomberg mayor of New York City -- the most democratic city in the United States -- I think between Paris and San Bernardino you may have a perfect storm here in which Trump's rhetoric is exceedingly popular among Republican primary voters. Some may say it is simplistic. I think it appeals to average people who may not be aware of the technical issues here.


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