This letter concerns the article “Jewish War Veterans group slams Trump over attacks on Muslim war hero’s family” (posted Aug. 3 on jewishaz.com).

In the past, the JWV policy was not to get involved with politics. However, the article cannot be left alone without a rebuttal.

The Kahns took the opportunity to attack Mr. Trump. He responded with recognition of the Kahns’ son, who there was no question that the Army captain was a hero who lost his life while he was trying to save fellow soldiers. Mr. Trump recognized the facts. However, Mr. Kahn attacked Mr. Trump in a poor manner concerning Mr. Trump’s position on temporarily not to allow Muslims from certain countries in the Middle East until they could be vetted. Mr. Kahn should have known that Mr. Trump would respond aggressively.

It is my opinion that Mr. Kahn was a puppet of the DNC. His reference to the constitution had nothing to do with Mr. Trump. The Constitution only gives the federal government authority over “naturalization” but not over “immigration.” Mr. Trump did not say anything negatively against the deceased war hero. It was a shouting match between Mr. Kahn and eventually Mr. Trump. Mrs. Kahn remained silent for “whatever” reason.

Nelson Magedman,

Sun City West

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