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This Undecided Muslim Voter Isn't Impressed With Trump's Solution For Islamophobia

The Muslim voter who asked the presidential candidates in Sunday night’s debate how they would combat the rise of Islamophobia in the U.S. said she preferred Hillary Clinton’s answer over Donald Trump’s ? but remains undecided as to whom she’ll vote for on Election Day. “[Trump’s] wasn’t an answer, actually, it was kind of like an accusation,” 31-year-old Gorbah Hamed told The Huffington Post in a phone interview after the debate.
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