VIDEO: Marine Veteran Speaks Out About Viral Video Supporting Trump Travel Ban

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FORMER MARINE EVACUATED FROM IRAQ

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(FOX NEWS) – A Marine Corps veteran and contractor told Fox News on Friday he couldn’t believe that his video from Iraq supporting President Trump’s travel restrictions went viral — more than 44 million views and counting.

Lance Corporal Steven Gern, 42, who worked as a contractor in Iraq starting in 2005, posted his video on February 1, and told Fox News he was evacuated from Iraq the next day because of it.

In the video, Gern said he had spoken to a group of Iraqi men about the travel ban, without getting into specifics.

“My simple question was, ‘As an American, if I went out in town right now, would I be welcome?’ And they instantly said, ‘Absolutely not, you would not be welcome.’ And I said, ‘OK, so what would happen if I went out of town?’ And they said the locals would snatch me up and kill me within an hour.”

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A Marine Corps veteran and contractor told Fox News on Friday he couldn’t believe that his video from Iraq supporting President Trump’s travel restrictions went viral — more than 44 million views and counting.


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