Under Trump's new anti-ISIS plan
- Donald Trump is setting out his national security plan in a speech in Ohio
- He is to say that new immigrants will have to pass tests on whether they embrace American values of tolerance
- They will be questioned and their social media examined for evidence of commitment to gay rights, gender equality and religious freedom
- Trump will say anyone who wants to work to defeat ISIS can be a U.S. ally
- He will say 'while we can't choose our friends, we must recognize our enemies' - opening way for alliance with Putin
- Visa ban on areas with history of 'exporting terrorism' and an end to nation-building abroad
Donald Trump will declare an end to nation building if elected president, replacing it with what aides described as 'foreign policy realism' focused on destroying the Islamic State group and other extremist organizations.
In a speech the Republican presidential nominee will deliver on Monday in Ohio, Trump will argue that the country needs to work with anyone that shares that mission, regardless of other ideological and strategic disagreements.
Any country that wants to work with the U.S. to defeat 'radical Islamic terrorism' will be a U.S. ally, he is expected to say.
'Mr. Trump's speech will explain that while we can't choose our friends, we must always recognize our enemies,' Trump senior policy adviser Stephen Miller said Sunday.
Safe in my hands: Trump will argue in favor of giving him the White House because he will make the U.S. secure from ISIS and outline how he plans to change immigration rules
On the eve of the speech, the Clinton campaign slammed Trump's campaign manager for ties to Russia and pro-Kremlin interests, an apparent reference to a New York Times story published Sunday night.
The story alleges Paul Manafort received $12.7 million from Ukraine's former pro-Russia president and his political party for consultant work over a five-year period.
The newspaper says Manafort's lawyer denied his client received any such payments.
Trump on Monday is also expected to outline a new immigration policy proposal under which the U.S. would stop issuing visas in any case where it cannot perform adequate screenings.
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