The mother of a first responder who died during the September 11th attacks has a message for Donald Trump: get out of America.
Responding to Trump's recent anti-Muslim remarks, Talat Hamadi told MSNBC:
"You know, he himself came, his grandparents, came from Germany, Donald Trump's. So, maybe it's time for him to go back to Germany and advocate his pro-Nazi policies over there."
Last week, Trump said that we "absolutely" should have a database that tracks Muslims in America, an idea reminiscent of the way Jewish people were treated in Nazi Germany. He has also repeated a debunked tale about people of Middle Eastern descent cheering on 9/11 in New Jersey.
Hamadi's son Mohammad Salman was a first responder in the attacks-- and a Muslim-American. She said that Trump and other presidential candidates who've made comments against Muslims don't deserve to be elected.
"If you are running for a presidential position, you are taking an oath to defend the Constitution," she said. "But here you are, you will violate the Constitution. So you don't deserve, you're not eligible to be a president of any country."
Watch more of her remarks in the video above, courtesy of "MSNBC Live with Thomas Roberts."