The Internet Wants to Know Why the Muslim Woman at the Debate Is Undecided

Oct 09, 2016

People online are confused about how a Muslim-American woman in the audience at the presidential debate on Sunday night can be an undecided voter in light of Donald Trump's comments about Muslims.

The woman, one member of an audience of undecided voters at the town-hall-style debate, asked the presidential candidates how they would help Muslim-Americans deal with the rise of Islamophobia.

During an election in which Trump has repeatedly called for a ban on Muslim immigrants entering the U.S., people watching the debate were confounded by the Muslim-American woman's undecided stance as a voter.

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