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Donald Trump believes in eugenics. He really does. Of course, his understanding of it is purely based upon his own belief in his superior genes and good "German blood." He's said it many times in public.

When he said during his first term that he didn't understand why the U.S. allowed people from "shit-hole countries" to emigrate to the U.S. and suggested that we should encourage people from Norway to come instead, it wasn't hard to figure out what he meant by that. His xenophobia never applied to white European immigrants. After all, he married two of them and they are the mothers of four of his five children. His problem is with people of different races. 

If someone of a different race expresses devotion to him then of course he likes them. Think of Kim Jong Un, whom he considers to be one of his greatest allies. But it's a very individual thing. For the most part, Trump believes that...