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Khizr Khan to Trump: 'Your Words Have Caused' These Hate Crimes (Video)

President-elect Donald Trump condemned supporters who are committing hate crimes, telling them to "stop it" in an interview with "60 Minutes". But Gold Star father Khizr Khan says Trump needs to do more than simply tell them to "stop it", saying "these incidents of racial hate against Muslims, against African Americans... against women.. are because of your year and a half long rhetoric. You're a reasonable person Mr Trump. You know that a person is known by his words and his actions. Your words have caused this." Khan says now that Trump has been elected it is his "obligation" to talk to the people directly and address their concerns.

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