Last year, Charles Koch, the conservative industrialist who leads the Koch Network, was sharply critical of Donald Trump’s proposal to ban Muslim immigrants from the United States, calling the idea “antithetical to our approach.” He called the suggestion that Trump might require Muslims to register “reminiscent of Nazi Germany.”
Last year, Charles Koch, the conservative industrialist who leads the Koch Network, was sharply critical of Donald Trump’s proposal to ban Muslim immigrants from the United States, calling the idea “antithetical to our approach.” He called the suggestion that Trump might require Muslims to register “reminiscent of Nazi Germany.” File photo by Bo Rader The Wichita Eagle
Last year, Charles Koch, the conservative industrialist who leads the Koch Network, was sharply critical of Donald Trump’s proposal to ban Muslim immigrants from the United States, calling the idea “antithetical to our approach.” He called the suggestion that Trump might require Muslims to register “reminiscent of Nazi Germany.” File photo by Bo Rader The Wichita Eagle

Koch Network condemns Trump’s ban on refugees and immigrants

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