Muslims mock Trump over Islamophobic answer to Islamophobia question


When Donald Trump was asked during Sunday night's town hall debate by a Muslim about rising islamophobia, his answer pointed back at the Islamic community in the U.S. "One thing we have to do is we have to make sure that because there is a problem, whether we like it or not -- and we could be very politically correct, but whether we like it or not, there is a problem and we have to be sure that muslims come in and report when they see something going on," Trump said. "When they see hatred going on, they have to report it." Trump doubled down on the sentiment that Muslims needed to report on terrorist elements, including pushing a debunked notion about the attackers in San Bernardino, Calif. In San Bernardino, many people saw the bombs all over the apartment of the two people that killed 14 and wounded many, many people. Muslims have to report the problems when they see them.

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'TORTURE' DOC LOST CIA watchdog 'mistakenly' deletes controversial report

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The CIA's internal watchdog claims it accidentally deleted its only copy of the controversial "torture report" outlining the agency's use of enhanced interrogations techniques, the latest wrinkle in the saga over the report's publication. The Senate Intelligence Committee's 6,700-page report has not yet been made public by the Obama administration and has been at the center over a years-long fight to make the report public. There are other copies of the report at other federal agencies. Former Chair and current ranking Democrat Sen. Dianne Feinstein has been pushing for the report to be released while Republican Chairman Richard Burr has opposed even distribution of the full report to the executive branch, let alone the public. Yahoo News first reported Monday that the CIA inspector general had "mistakenly" deleted both the electronic and hard copy of the report.