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    TRUMP 'Superpac'r', KHAN'S son wouldn't have been allowed to serve under PRES Trump.

    Well, now there's a silver lining. A KID born in the UAE who came to US as an infant wouldn't have been allowed to serve because his parents were MUSLIM. (And afterall, the UAE are the Bushes BFFs right?? So the UAE would never have been considered a hostile entity to the US as long was ANY Bushes were alive. And Trump wouldn't have had JACKSHIT to say about the subect). Anyway the kid would be alive!

    Trump Super PAC: Khizr Khan’s son ‘would not have been allowed to serve’ under ‘President Trump’

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    01 AUG 2016 AT 17:07 ET



    Carl Higbie appears on CNN International on Aug. 1, 2016. (YouTube)

    The co-chair for a pro-Donald Trump super PAC tried to excuse the candidate’s rhetoric regarding deceased US Army Capt. Humayun Khan — and his father Khizr Khan — by using Trump’s proposal to ban Muslim immigration into the country.

    “If that ban had been in place 30, 40 years ago, then the son of Mr. Khan would not have been allowed to serve. That is correct,” Carl Higbie told CNN International host Hala Gorani. “But also, that’s less than a dozen people who would not have been allowed to serve in the US military who have died.”

    “So you’re OK with the 12 people not serving if it means putting a Muslim ban up,” Gorani responded. “You think it’s a good idea?” “If it means protecting the United States, absolutely,” Higbie said. “I would sacrifice letting 12 people serve during a conflict that’s killed 4,000.”

    The Republican presidential nominee has been embroiled in a conflict with the elder Khan after he appeared at the Democratic National Convention last week, promptingTrump to contact Republican elected officials asking for help amid internal criticism from the party.

    But Higbie, a former Navy SEAL currently working as the co-chair the Great America PAC for Donald Trump, defended Trump and his tendency to “hit back” at any criticism. “What Mr. Khan did not understand is, when you step on a stage and you stand on the death of your son and you use it as political rhetoric...

    Trump Super PAC: Khizr Khan?s son ?would not have been allowed to serve? under ?President Trump?
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    Quote Originally Posted by cpicturetaker12 View Post
    Well, now there's a silver lining. A KID born in the UAE who came to US as an infant wouldn't have been allowed to serve because his parents were MUSLIM. And afterall, the UAE are the Bushes BFFs right?? So the UAE would never have been considered a hostile entity to the US as long was ANY Bushes were alive. And Trump wouldn't have had JACKSHIT to say about the subect. At least the kid would be alive!

    Trump Super PAC: Khizr Khan’s son ‘would not have been allowed to serve’ under ‘President Trump’

    ARTURO GARCIA
    01 AUG 2016 AT 17:07 ET



    Carl Higbie appears on CNN International on Aug. 1, 2016. (YouTube)

    The co-chair for a pro-Donald Trump super PAC tried to excuse the candidate’s rhetoric regarding deceased US Army Capt. Humayun Khan — and his father Khizr Khan — by using Trump’s proposal to ban Muslim immigration into the country.

    “If that ban had been in place 30, 40 years ago, then the son of Mr. Khan would not have been allowed to serve. That is correct,” Carl Higbie told CNN International host Hala Gorani. “But also, that’s less than a dozen people who would not have been allowed to serve in the US military who have died.”

    “So you’re OK with the 12 people not serving if it means putting a Muslim ban up,” Gorani responded. “You think it’s a good idea?” “If it means protecting the United States, absolutely,” Higbie said. “I would sacrifice letting 12 people serve during a conflict that’s killed 4,000.”

    The Republican presidential nominee has been embroiled in a conflict with the elder Khan after he appeared at the Democratic National Convention last week, promptingTrump to contact Republican elected officials asking for help amid internal criticism from the party.

    But Higbie, a former Navy SEAL currently working as the co-chair the Great America PAC for Donald Trump, defended Trump and his tendency to “hit back” at any criticism. “What Mr. Khan did not understand is, when you step on a stage and you stand on the death of your son and you use it as political rhetoric...

    Trump Super PAC: Khizr Khan?s son ?would not have been allowed to serve? under ?President Trump?
    That pup isnt the whole ass hes just the asshole they are digging themselves a big gold plated grave.

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    That won't be the last blast to the trump campaign. He'll surely Tweet something worse. Those little fingers are busy busy in the AM. This has got to be the most stress this man has ever faced and I believe he will implode.

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    Doubling down on stupid.

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