Adolfo Olivas, former Republican mayor of Hamilton, Ohio, in background, speaks behind a picture of his children at his office in downtown Cincinnati, Thursday. Olivas deactivated his Facebook account after GOP nominee Donald Trump's criticism of fellow Gold Star parents, the Muslim parents of Iraq war casualty Humayun Khan. “Just reading all of those comments justifying Mr. Trump’s outbursts,” said Olivas, whose son Nicholas, 20, was killed on Army patrol in Afghanistan in 2012. “I cannot stand to put up with the stupidity of those who will try to justify those words!”
Adolfo Olivas, former Republican mayor of Hamilton, Ohio, in background, speaks behind a picture of his children at his office in downtown Cincinnati, Thursday. Olivas deactivated his Facebook account after GOP nominee Donald Trump's criticism of fellow Gold Star parents, the Muslim parents of Iraq war casualty Humayun Khan. “Just reading all of those comments justifying Mr. Trump’s outbursts,” said Olivas, whose son Nicholas, 20, was killed on Army patrol in Afghanistan in 2012. “I cannot stand to put up with the stupidity of those who will try to justify those words!” John Minchillo AP
Adolfo Olivas, former Republican mayor of Hamilton, Ohio, in background, speaks behind a picture of his children at his office in downtown Cincinnati, Thursday. Olivas deactivated his Facebook account after GOP nominee Donald Trump's criticism of fellow Gold Star parents, the Muslim parents of Iraq war casualty Humayun Khan. “Just reading all of those comments justifying Mr. Trump’s outbursts,” said Olivas, whose son Nicholas, 20, was killed on Army patrol in Afghanistan in 2012. “I cannot stand to put up with the stupidity of those who will try to justify those words!” John Minchillo AP

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