CAIR, media owe Trump an apology! Video proves he never made fun of man’s turban

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The Council on American-Islamic Relations and mainstream media have again attacked Donald Trump, but this time they appear to have it all wrong.

The Republican presidential front-runner was talking about one of his favorite topics, Sen. Ted Cruz, in Iowa on Sunday when two protesters interrupted him.

The men, one of whom happened to be wearing a red turban, unfurled a banner that read “Stop Hate” before they were quickly led out of the building as the crowd cheered.

Trump then asked the crowd: “He wasn’t wearing one of those hats was he?

That comment was jumped on by Trump haters as if he was mocking the turban.

But as the video below clearly shows, Trump was pointing to the crowd when he made the remark and was likely referring to the red “Make America Great Again” hats.

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That was further evidenced when he said, “And he never will, and that’s OK.”

Unfortunately, and not surprisingly, Trump was attacked on social media by those who either didn’t watch the video or intentionally twisted his words.

Plenty of people fired back at the haters.

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