Khizr Khan appeared on MSNBC Saturday to call the Trump administration a “clown show” and accuse it of “racist sentiments and statements.”
“Today I worry about our men and women in uniform, our diplomats serving throughout the world defending America and American values,” Khan said. (RELATED: Democrats Use Khizr Khan’s Fallen Son To Ask For Money)
“I worry about the well being of our law enforcement, our FBI agent and their families that are being maligned by this clown show, this utterance of unconstitutional, racist sentiments and statements of this administration. But we are hoping that this will come to conclusion that is based on American values, that is based on American Constitution and the values enshrined in our Constitution.” (RELATED: Khizr Khan’s Story About Restricted ‘Travel Privileges’ May Be False)
His appearance comes on the anniversary of the first executive Trump travel ban that restricted travel from several Muslim-majority countries and set off protests across the country, including many in airports.
Khan is a Gold Star father who rose to prominence after making a speech at the 2016 Democratic National Convention blasting Trump for his proposed ban on Muslim immigration.