Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal is doubling down on his belief that sound immigration policy fosters assimilation, saying Sunday that individuals coming to the U.S. need to "adopt our values."
The bottom-tier Republican presidential candidate and son of two Indian immigrants appeared on ABC's "This Week" Sunday to discuss the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, but much of the interview featured Jindal addressing the nation's flawed immigration system and GOP front-runner Donald Trump.
"Once this summer of silliness and insults ends, voters are going to begin looking at who is prepared to do the job [and] who is the most intelligent," Jindal told host Martha Raddatz.
The two-term governor repeatedly dodged questions about Trump's recent accusation that longtime Clinton aide, Huma Abedin, is likely sharing classified intel with her husband, disgraced former Congressman Anthony Weiner, instead telling Raddatz, "I think I'm going to be the nominee."