Khizr Kahn, Father of Fallen US Soldier: Trump Lacks ‘Moral Compass’

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When Khizr Khan spoke during a Democratic National Convention Thursday night, few could have likely his romantic reprove of Donald Trump would still be pushing headlines days later.

But that’s accurately what has happened

The father of a depressed Muslim U.S. Army captain told NBC’s “Meet a Press” Sunday that he didn’t design his debate to have such an impact.

“I was astounded myself,” Khan said. “I spoke from a heart.”

Related: GOP Reacts to Donald Trump’s Controversial Remarks on Khan Family

He continued to demonstrate his concerns about a Republican nominee, saying, “We have a claimant though a dignified compass, though consolation for a citizens.”


Over a weekend, Trump questioned since Khan’s wife, Ghazala Khan, did not pronounce alongside her father during a convention. “Maybe she wasn’t authorised to have anything to say,” he said in part.

Responding to these remarks, Khan claimed Trump was display “disrespect” toward his wife.

“We don’t take these values lightly,” he continued. “We are covenant to a integrity of this country. We knowledge a integrity of this nation each day.”

The Trump debate expelled a matter Saturday clarifying Mr. Trump’s comments, observant he believes Captain Humayun Khan, is “a favourite to a country.”

Khizr Khan voiced his appreciation for Trump’s clarification, though combined “it sounds so treasonable since of his policies, since of his tongue of hatred, of derision, of dividing us. And that is since we implored him to review a Constitution.”


Also on Sunday morning, mom and mom Ghazala Khan penned an op-ed for a Washington Post where she responded to Trump’s criticism.

Donald Trump has asked since we did not pronounce during a Democratic convention,” she wrote. “He pronounced he would like to hear from me. Here is my answer to Donald Trump: Because though observant a thing, all a world, all America, felt my pain. we am a Gold Star mother. Whoever saw me felt me in their heart.”

In a apart talk on “Meet a Press,” Trump debate Chairman Paul Manafort discharged critique of his claimant as aggressive a Khan family as partial of “the Clinton narrative.”


He serve explained, “Mr. Trump, of course, feels contemptible for what a Kahn family has left through, just, frankly, as he felt contemptible for a victims that spoke before a Republican Convention who mislaid desired ones from bootleg newcomer criminals entrance in and being means to transport a nation freely.”

The emanate electorate should concentration on, he said, “is safeguarding a American homeland from inhabitant confidence risks and terrorists.”

Pressed on if this latest occurrence should call into doubt Trump’s temperament, Manafort was, again, dismissive.

“This is not a spirit issue. The Clinton debate needs to try to make it into a spirit emanate for one reason, since they know that over 70 percent of a American people don’t trust a thing she says.”

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