It should have been a simple question: Last week, Trump counterterrorism adviser Sebastian Gorka was asked by a radio host whether the president believed that Islam was a religion. Instead of coming back with a quick yes - of course it's a religion - he demurred. "This is not a theological seminary," he said. "This is the White House, and we're not going to get into theological debates."
It wasn't that he'd been caught off-guard. It was the second time he'd been asked by the same NPR host,
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