In a segment for Thursday's "Daily Show," correspondent Jordan Klepper tested GOP nominee Donald Trump's supporters on their candidate's proposed "extreme vetting" process for Muslim immigrants.
In a scripted foreign policy speech on Monday, Trump contradictorily said, "Only those who we expect to … embrace a tolerant American society should be issued visas." Klepper's test subjects — Wisconsin rally-goers — made that contradiction all the more evident.
One woman explained the importance of having "respect for everyone's religion." Asked if she respects Christianity, Judaism, and Islam, she answered yes, yes, and no, respectively.
Another woman said females have "more hormones," disqualifying them from the presidency because "she could start a war in ten seconds if she has hot flashes."
"These extreme nations, they don't treat women with respect," said a man with a shirt with "Hillary sucks, but not like Monica" written on the front and "Trump that bitch!" on the back.