Suhail Khan

Attorney

Guest

Attorney and former Hill staffer who served in the Bush White House for two terms. He now serves on the board of directors for the American Conservative Union.

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Mitt Romney and other Republicans are being criticized for fostering hostility toward Muslims.

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