WASHINGTON, D.C. (The Adobo Chronicles, Washington Bureau) – Recently, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump announced that, if elected president, he would enact an extreme “vetting” test to determine if the values of those seeking to enter the U.S. are so-called American values. He claims his test would expose those who have “hostile attitudes” towards America.
Reacting to his statement, Senator Harry Reid challenged Trump to take the current naturalization test immigrants must pass to become U.S. citizens before he tries advocate for any more hateful laws.
Encouraged by his wife Melania, as well as his campaign staff, Trump accepted Reid’s challenge and visited an immigration office in downtown Washington.
Trump was asked 20 random questions from the list of 100 that’s included in the U.S. citizenship exam.
The result? Trump got 5 correct answers.
The Trump campaign said that because their candidate was busy with his many speaking engagements, he didn’t have time to read the pocket constitution that was loaned to him by Khizr Khan, whose son, Capt. Humayun Khyan was killed in the line of duty trying to save the lives of his fellow U.S. soldiers in Iraq back in 2004.