Congressional delegation raps Trump for affront to Khans

"This will make a burden in their conscience when it comes to their time to vote".

Pence said much of the same media criticizing Trump earlier condemned Patricia Smith's speech at the GOP convention about the US information officer killed in the 2012 attack in Benghazi. "We believed in American democracy - that with hard work and the goodness of this country, we could share in and contribute to its blessings".

Tom Keefe, the who started the Crowdpac account, praised Khan for speaking out against Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump's anti-Muslim rhetoric in the name of his late son, Capt. Humayun Khan.

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"Please", he said. "Show some decency".

Ghazala Khan has since written an op-ed in the Washington Post, stating she chose not to speak because of the amount of emotion she has about her son. Captain Khan was one such fearless example, His sacrifice - and that of Khizr and Ghazala Khan - should always be honored. "When you say your job building buildings is akin to our sacrifice, you are attacking our sacrifice". "You should have pinned that back to that veteran's chest and should have hugged him and thanked him".

Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-South Carolina, said in a statement: "There used to be some things that were sacred in American politics-that you don't do-like criticizing the parents of a fallen soldier even if they criticize you". I always wanted to get the Purple Heart. "He's a war hero, 'cause he was captured", Trump said of McCain. She subsequently did grant interviews to MSNBC and other outlets, although this didn't stop Trump from suggesting that her husband wouldn't allow her to talk publicly.

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Khan also responded to allegations that he was linked to the Muslim Brotherhood or an adherent to Sharia Law, denying the claims. He was born in the United Arab Emirates in 1976 and moved with his family to the USA two years later, meaning he would not have been allowed in the country had Trump's policy been in effect at the time. "His saying my son is a hero or not, that doesn't change anything".

"I mean, you see anybody who dies for their nation, dies for the three of us at this table, made the ultimate sacrifice, but you know for my father, in terms of the Kahn family, it's not about a soldier-who's an incredible guy".

They went further by saying they didn't think Trump was "fit to be commander in chief" - repeating a theme of Clinton's campaign.

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"Do I need to say anything?"

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