>> US President Donald Trump's administration's still under tremendous pressure to justify its executive order temporarily suspending the US refugee resettlement program. The White House says, the ban will make Americans safer. Critics say, where's the proof? On Thursday night, former Trump campaign manager and current White House adviser Kellyanne Conway made this case on MSNBC.
>> I bet it's brand new information to people that President Obama had a six month ban on the Iraqi refugee program after two Iraqis came here to this country, were radicalized. And they were the masterminds behind the Bowling Green Massacre, but most people don't know that because it didn't get covered.
>> The reason the Bowling Green Massacre never got covered is because there never was a Bowling Green Massacre. In fact, no Iraqi refugees have ever committed a terror attack within the United States. Nor have any refugees from any of the other six Middle Eastern and North African countries targeted by Donald Trump's travel ban.
In 2011, FBI arrested two Iraqis living in Bowling Green, Kentucky. Both men admitted to having participated in attacks on US soldiers in Iraq. They also admitted to having tried sending money and weapons back to Al Qaeda in Iraq. Both are now serving decades in federal prison. It's unclear whether Conway was confused, mistaken or employing, in her words, alternative facts.
But on Friday, tweeting a link to a news story about the two Iraqi's arrested in Bowling Green and writing honest mistakes abound. #BowlingGreenMassacre leaping to the top of Twitter's trend rankings early Friday. Thoughts and prayers to all those affected by the horrific Bowling Green Massacre #alternativefacts. When will Hillary be investigated for her role in the Bowling Green massacre?
And Daniel Day-Lewis playing whatever is the most difficult role in the Bowling Green Massacre movie.