• VFW, more Republicans, rebuke Trump

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    Donald Trump faced more criticism from within his own party and from a prominent veterans group on Monday, even as the Republican nominee for President continued to tangle with the parents of a fallen Muslim U.S. soldier, while the furor over Trump’s response to that family’s criticism extended into a fourth day.

    “I am dismayed at the attacks Khizr and Ghazala Khan have endured after they spoke about their son’s service and sacrifice,” said Rep. Mac Thornberry (R-TX), the Chairman of the House Armed Services Committee.

    “There is never enough honor we can show to the families of those whose loved ones [More]

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