Khizr Khan, the father of a Muslim American soldier who was killed in the Iraq War in 2004, hit back at comments made by Donald Trump Jr. in his new book, saying the Trump family has "no idea what service and sacrifice is."
VoteVets"Donald Trump's turn came to serve, he ran away." - Gold Star father Khizr Khan
As Turkish forces cross into Kurdish areas of northern Syria, the orders from Washington to U.S. troops are simple: Stand back. Let the Kurds fight for themselves.
VoteVets“They trusted us and we broke that trust. It’s a stain on the American conscience.”
U.S. Special Forces officers who battled alongside the Kurds say they feel deep remorse at Trump's orders to abandon their allies.
Over a frenzied few days in the spring, an internal White House debate led to turnover in staff and a turning point for the president’s immigration agenda.
VoteVetsKing Stable Genius the First floated the idea of a moat, stocked with snakes or alligators, around an electrified border wall topped with spikes. He also suggested that soldiers shoot migrants in the legs to slow them down.
A study published Tuesday found that foreign entities have been targeting American veterans, service members and their families through social media disinformation campaigns and identity theft with the goal of “disrupting American d
VoteVetsForeign entities, including Russia, have been stealing the identities of US service members KIA to target veterans online. One account, “Vets for Trump,” is spreading pro-Trump and anti-Democratic disinformation in the lead-up to the 2020 election.
Lt. Col. Patrick Schreiber and his wife Soo Jin, who he met during a deployment to South Korea in the 1990s, took in Soo Jin's niece Hyebin as their legally adopted daughter when she was 15 years old
VoteVetsLt. Col. Patrick Schreiber brought his adopted daughter to the U.S. in 2012, and he was deployed to Afghanistan the next year. Now, because of legalities related to that deployment, Trump's immigration services are going to deport her.
Trump has me wondering if the America I always thought to be my America ever think the same of me. But I'm not going anywhere.
VoteVetsU.S. Marine Corps Veteran Mansoor Shams to Donald Trump: "I'm not going back anywhere. I'm staying right here, working hard to make America great again. And I don't mean the Donald Trump version."
Pete Buttigieg talks about his priorities for the military and veterans if he becomes the next U.S. president.
VoteVets“Those who served in the Afghanistan conflict understand just how hard it is to end a conflict. I thought I was one of the last guys turning off the lights when I left (in 2014). That was five years ago. We’re still arguing how to get out.” @PeteButtigieg
A fundraising email sent by the National Republican Congressional Committee included a picture of Colin Kaepernick that appeared noticeably altered to make his skin darker, an attack ad tactic that is considered by many as racist.
VoteVetsIf the @NRCC intentionally darkened @Kaepernick7's skin, then forget apologies -- they ought to be forced to explain to America why they believe darker skin makes someone look worse, in their eyes.
Any answer they could give would be un-American.