She Told Trump Her Family Was Murdered, He Then Asked Her Where They Were

William James

President Donald Trump seemed to complete misinterpret what a Yazidi woman was trying to convey to him.

Nadia Murad (Nobel Prize Winner):

"After 2003, we started to disappear from our area, from our homeland. And then when ISIS attack us in 2014, they killed six of my brothers. They killed my mom. And today we have 3,000 Yazidi women and children in captivity. So although they said ISIS is defeated, but where is those 3,000 Yazidi. And our home is destroyed.”

President Donald Trump:

"Where are they now?”

Nadia Murad (Nobel Prize Winner):

“They killed them. They are in the mass graves in Sinjar."


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