It's no secret that Donald Trump has been keen on cracking down on immigration since the day he stepped into office.
So when Trump endorsed a bill that would cut down legal immigration by half earlier this week, it didn't come as much of a surprise.
The bill, called the RAISE Act, would institute a skills-based point system for entry, rewarding educated, English-speaking immigrants with high-salary job offers. The measure would also eliminate diversity visa lotteries, and maintains that immigrants who enter the country would be ineligible for welfare for a certain amount of time.
The new rules clearly favor certain immigrants over others. Given the rigorousness of the standards proposed, Washington Post columnist Catherine Rampell wondered what would happen if the tables were turned.
Could Trump pass his own test? She set out to find the answer:
Rampell's assessment, which is, of course, highly speculative, doesn't give Trump much of a chance.
In fact, according to Rampell, Trump would score a zero in several categories, including "Age," "Record of extraordinary achievement," "English-language ability," and "High-paying job offer," based on the sometimes ambiguous, sometimes absurdly-specific language of the bill.
Trump's final score: 18.
The minimum score to even be considered: 30.
Some could argue that Trump would score in the top 10% of the English-language test, which would garner him the 12 points needed to meet the threshold, but there would most likely be applicants who would score well over the 30 points, potentially knocking Trump off the list.