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