In an interview that aired Sunday on CBS's "Face the Nation," Trump suggested that judges who belong to other ethnic and religious minority groups might also be unable to objectively consider the merits of a case involving one of his companies. This was his exchange with host John Dickerson:
DICKERSON: If it were a Muslim judge, would you also feel like they wouldn't be able to treat you fairly because of that policy of yours?TRUMP: It's possible, yes. Yeah. That would be possible, absolutely.DICKERSON: Isn't there sort of a tradition, though, in America that we don't judge people by who their parents were and where they came from?TRUMP: I'm not talking about tradition. I'm talking about common sense, okay? He's somebody — he's proud of his heritage. And I think that's great that he's proud of his heritage.DICKERSON: But you're saying it's a barrier to him doing his job.TRUMP: Well, he's not treating me — he's not treating me fairly.
Trump has proposed a temporary ban on all Muslims entering the United States.