Update: Khizr Khan’s Former Company Included in Wikileaks DNC Email Documents
Democrats, the liberal media and #NeverTrumpers criticized Donald Trump for responding to Muslim Khizr Khan’s attacks at the DNC Convention.
Khan attacked Trump over his plan to restrict Muslim immigration to the US.
Khan’s son was killed in Iraq War in 2004.
Hillary Clinton supported the war.
Donald Trump did not.
Donald Trump has NOTHING to do with the death of Khan’s son.
Khizr Khan has all sorts of financial, legal, and political connections to the Clintons through his old law firm, the mega-D.C. firm Hogan Lovells LLP. That firm did Hillary Clinton’s taxes for years, starting when Khan still worked there involved in, according to his own website, matters “firm wide”—back in 2004. It also has represented, for years, the government of Saudi Arabia in the United States. Saudi Arabia, of course, is a Clinton Foundation donor which—along with the mega-bundlers of thousands upon thousands in political donations to both of Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaigns in 2008 and 2016—plays right into the “Clinton Cash” narrative.
Khizr Khan’s former employee was included in the Wikileaks DNC email documents.
The email was titled Hogan Lovells.
The email mentions that in 2016 Hogan Lovells in 2016 had a total lobbying income of $2,670,000.
In the email Ali Chalupa tells DNC officials the party would like to hold a finance event at Hogan Lovells US LLP with White House political advisor David Simas and DNC CEO Amy Dacey.
Obviously, Khizr Khan has a very close relationship with the Democrat Party.