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Concern over the spectre of alternative news emanating from the White House took on a whole new meaning last night after President Donald Trump’s senior advisor Kellyanne Conway blamed two Iraqi refugees for a massacre that never happened.
The President’s former campaign manager cited the ‘Bowling Green massacre’ while defending Mr Trump’s controversial US travel ban imposed on visitors from seven Muslim-majority countries.
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The White House didn’t return a call for clarification early today, but it’s thought that Ms Conway may have been referring to two Iraqis - Mohanad Shareef Hammadi, 25, and Waad Ramadan Alwan, 41 - who were jailed for taking part in attacks against US troops in their homeland.
Both men did live in Bowling Green, Kentucky, when they were arrested in 2011 - but there’s no evidence of them carrying a "massacre" or any other violent offence on US soil.
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