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>> He was targeted by Donald Trump on the campaign trail. Now the father of a Muslim-American soldier killed in Iraq claims his US travel rights are under review. Khizr Khan was a hit at the Democratic National Convention when Hillary Clinton was running against Trump. He was supposed to speak at an event in Canada on Tuesday, discussing the new US administration, but canceled his travel plans when he apparently heard that authorities were on his case.
Khan is a naturalized US citizen born in Pakistan. He said he doesn't know what kind of review he's under or who ordered it. US border officials say the government does not contact people in advance of travel. And an immigration law expert tells Reuters there's no reason why naturalized Americans should be subject to different rules.
Pakistan is not one of the six countries targeted under Trump's revised travel ban, due to kick in next week. Kahn says the situation is not just concerning to him, but to all Americans who cherish the freedom to travel abroad.>>