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Tonight on Hannity, Donald Trump said Khizr Khan had the right to criticize him at the DNC, but that his son would still be alive if he had been president 12 years ago.

Trump said he didn't know why Khizr Khan went after him at the DNC last Thursday but "he was really going after me, there's no question about it," but said that it was "fine. "

He added: "If I were president, his son wouldn't have died because I wouldn't have been in the war. If I was president back then, there would have been no war for Iraq, I can tell you that, because I think it's ridiculous, the whole thing."

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