Trump on Muslim Father’s Attack: ‘I’ve Made a Lot of Sacrifices’

A Pakistan-American, Khizr Khan mislaid his Muslim American infantryman son, Capt. Humayun Khan, in Iraq.

‘Unlike Donald Trump’s wife, we didn’t plagiarize my speech, ‘ Mr. Khan said, referring to how several lines from a Michelle Obama debate found their approach into Melania Trump’s residence during a Republican convention.

In an talk with ABC News’ George Stephanopolous expelled Saturday, Trump also speculated Khizr Khan’s wife, who stood silently beside her father on a podium, “maybe wasn’t authorised to have anything to say”.

“If we wish to see a best of America, we need to demeanour no serve than Army Captain Humayun Khan”, presidential claimant Hillary Clinton pronounced in a video before Khan’s father took a stage.

“I consider I’ve finished a lot”, he said. “She had zero to say”.

On Thursday, Khan, with his wife, Ghazala, during his side, castigated Trump for his calls to anathema Muslims from entering a country. Khan also questioned if Trump had ever review a Constitution and offering to lend him his copy. “You tell me”, he pronounced in an talk with ABC on Saturday.

Then, addressing Trump directly, Khan demanded, “Let me ask you, have we even review a U.S. Constitution?” The ardent and expressive seven-minute debate – that Khan pronounced he delivered though regulating a teleprompter – brought some members of a throng in Philadelphia to tears.

Trump was asked about Khan’s debate by Maureen Dowd for her “lightning round” square on Trump’s thoughts about a DNC.

He combined that no one has been means to remonstrate Trump differently on his views of Muslims and other immigrants.

But Khizr Khan’s debate also has stirred a really opposite form of response from Trump’s comments. You tell me, though a copiousness of people have combined that.

Khan told Trump that Arlington tomb is filled with soldiers of “all faiths, genders and ethnicities”. “Many interjection to a Khan family for your sacrifice, we mount with you”, tweeted Karen Finney, a comparison mouthpiece for a Clinton campaign. “I’ve combined thousands and thousands of jobs, tens of thousands of jobs …”

Ghazala Khan explained on MSNBC final night that it is tough for her to pronounce publicly about her son Humayun since any time she thinks about him she is too overcome with emotion.


Trump suggested in dual apart interviews that Ghazala Khan had been blocked from speaking. “I consider when we can occupy thousands and thousands of people, take caring of their education, take caring of so many things”, Trump said.

Father of depressed Muslim infantryman blasts Trump during convention