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    On Monday, Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump outlined his foreign policy goals, including an “ideology test” for immigrants entering the United States.

    Ideologically Consistent Need Not Apply

    Given the many contradictions contained within Trump’s own ideology, any test could be more confusing than intended.

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