Donald Trump Responds To Being Featured In Terrorist's Video

Chance Moschell

Donald Trump responded to being featured in a propaganda video made by the terrorist group al-Shabab. Trump's response was a defiant one. He essentially said that someone has to say what he's been saying, but no one else has the guts to do it.

"I bring it up. Other people have called me and say, 'You have guts to bring it up because frankly, it's true but nobody wants to get involved. Now people are getting involved.'"
"And so remember this. So listen. Donald J. Trump is calling for a total and complete shutdown of Muslims entering the United States until our country's representatives can figure out what the **** is going on."
"Yesterday, America was a land of slavery, segregation, lynching and Ku Klux Klan, and tomorrow, it will be a land of religious discrimination and concentration camps,"

Hillary Clinton has been attacking Trump, and claiming that terrorists have been using him as a propaganda implement, well before any such propaganda video had been released.

"'No Muslims coming to the United States,' other kinds of derogatory, defamatory statements — it is playing into the hands of the violent jihadists."

— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) December 20, 2015

As reported by The Hill, Michael Cohen, one of Donald Trump's top campaign aids, retweeted a tweet from a Trump supporter that alleged Huma Abedin put in the order for a propaganda video featuring Trump right after Hillary made her baseless claim at the Democratic presidential debate.

— Sharon Knapik (@FreeStateYank) January 2, 2016

Though many are offended by Trump's call for a temporary end to Muslim immigration to the United States, others fully agree with his plan. As previously reported by the Inquisitr, a Texas Imam announced that he supported Trump's proposed plan.

— Independent US (@IndyUSA) January 3, 2016

Soon after the news of a terrorist group featuring Donald Trump in one of their videos broke, he held a campaign rally in Mississippi where he had another huge crowd. It was reported that supporters showed up seven hours before the event to get in line.

[Photo by Rogelio V. Solis/AP]