A new political compass test shows Trump’s positions on foreign policy and alliances are aligned with his nationalistic, isolationist and anti-immigration positions, according to a new analysis.
The political compass is a test of political orientation in the United States.
Trump, who is seeking to replace Republican President John McCain in the Senate, was on the test in April.
The test is designed to measure the president’s stance on national security, foreign policy, national unity and foreign policy dilemmas.
It is intended to be taken by people who agree with the president on a range of issues, such as his support for NATO, the Iran nuclear deal, immigration and trade, the economy and the national debt.
Trump has been on the political compass since he entered the presidential race, but the test has drawn widespread criticism.
Critics of the political test have argued that the test is not a meaningful indicator of Trump’s views on foreign affairs because the president often distorts what is considered to be the mainstream view.