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Khizr Khan Bashes Trump on Pro-Taliban TV Network

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Hillary Clinton’s chief Muslim surrogate, Khizr Khan, the celebrated Gold Star father whose son, U.S. Army Captain Humayun Khan was killed in Iraq in 2004, appeared recently on a pro-Taliban Pakistani television network to bash Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump.

Khizr Khan appeared on Pakistan’s Dunya News TV network on August 4. Khan said during the interview, “Allah makes people like Trump make mistakes to discredit them in public eyes forever.”

Khan held up a pocket edition of the U.S. Constitution to accuse Trump of violating it.

However, by invoking the name of Allah to criticize Trump, Khan, himself, was violating the constitutional spirit of the separation of church (or mosque) and state.


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2 Responses to " Khizr Khan Bashes Trump on Pro-Taliban TV Network "

  1. duwu says:

    You missed the bigger point. Kahn is a Harvard lawyer accusing Trump of not reading law. Kahn’s “instruction” was to read the sentence in the Con with certain words (e.g. due process, of law etc.). Those words are from ONE sentence in the 14th ammend. Go there now and read it. That sentence begins with the words “NO STATE”. Yes sir! That sentence is a restriction upon STATE GOVERNMENTS that desire to be part of THE UNION. That sentence has nothing to do with a federal office holder. Thus you have a Harvard lawyer trained in law lecturing Trump to read the law when the section of law he references, has nothing to do with Trump. How PROGRESSIVE!

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  2. Really? says:

    This guy, Khan, has a background that needs investigating; but, it will never happen.

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