‘American Sniper’ Chris Kyle’s Iraqi Interpreter Defends TRUMP, Says Travel Ban Makes Him Feel “More Safe” (VIDEO)

The Iraqi interpreter who worked with American hero Chris Kyle told FOX News on Monday he feels “more safe” after Donald Trump’s travel ban for refugees from seven terror countries.

Chris Kyle was a United States Navy SEAL and sniper before he was shot and killed in 2013.

The Iraqi interpreter ‘Johnny Walker’ told Martha MacCallum:

I’m just going to say, “Just be American!” If you love America more than anything else you will understand Trump’s position is for your own benefit.”

Here’s the video:

FOX News Insider reported:

The Iraqi man who worked as “American Sniper” Chris Kyle’s interpreter during the Iraq War says he agrees with President Donald Trump’s travel ban, and he has some strong words for the protesters who are resisting the executive order.

On “The First 100 Days” tonight, Martha MacCallum was joined by the interpreter, Johnny Walker, and Kyle’s widow, Taya Kyle.

Walker said that he feels “more safe” after the order, which bars visa entry to the U.S. for 90 days for people coming from seven countries: Libya, Iran, Iraq, Syria, Sudan, Yemen, and Somalia.

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