Mar. 5, 2016 12:09am Oliver Darcy
Content warning: Some strong language.
15 individuals who identified as Muslim explained on an anonymous social media platform why they each support Donald Trump’s campaign for the White House.
Using Whisper, a smartphone application that allows individuals to secretly share things with others, the 15 Muslims provided various reasons for standing behind Trump.
Their confessions come as a new survey published by the Council on Islamic American Relations found Trump had more Muslim support in Super Tuesday states than the rest of the Republican field — despite his proposal to bring Muslim immigration to a halt in the U.S.