American Nazi doubts Donald Trump’s Muslim ban would work MEG WAGNERNEW YORK DAILY NEWS The leader of the American Nazi Party said Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump's plan to ban Muslims from the U.S. would never work. Donald Trump has the Reich idea, but his plan just isn’t feasible, America’s top Nazi said. The leader of the American Nazi Party applauded the GOP presidential candidate’s plan to block Muslims from entering the U.S. — a scheme that has widely been criticized and evenlikened to Nazi ideology — but said it was ultimately unachievable. “Unless Trump plans on ruling by Presidential Decree, I don’t see how he would implement ANY of his ‘plans,’ Rocky Suhayda told Buzzfeed in an email. “The rest of the sold out ‘mainstream’ political whores would block his every move.” Suhayda said he wasn’t even sure if an elected Trump would even carry out the anti-Muslim plan. Trump's plan has been likened to Nazi ideology. “I seriously doubt if he even believes all what he says, but its nice to have someone like him saying it,” he wrote. In the caps-lock filled and typo-ridden email, Suhayda rambled on about the ‘threat” of American Muslims. “Look, this phrase ‘muslims’ is simply a PC code word to cover the reality of all these THIRD WORLD peoples invading OUR country,” Suhayda wrote. “Don’t you realize that in about 2025, if these trends continue, White people will become a continuing MINORITY in our own land(s). Trump's plan would ban Muslims from entering the U.S. and keep vigilant watch on Muslims already in the country. Trump proposed the blockade — which would ban Muslims from entering the U.S. and keep vigilant watch on Muslims already in the country — Monday to an enthusiastic crowd in South Carolina. A day later, he doubled down on the plan, comparing it to Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s detention of Japanese, German and Italian immigrants during World War II. Democrats and Republicans condemned the plot, while Neo-Nazis and white supremacists showed support for the idea.