Donald Trump has suggested the mother of a slain American Muslim soldier didn't speak at the Democratic National Convention because she wasn't "allowed" to.
Now, Muslim women are making it clear to Trump that they're allowed to speak out — and they plan to do so in large numbers.
The Muslim Public Affairs Council and other U.S. Muslim groups are pushing a social media campaign urging Muslim women to make their voices heard. The initiative, which began Monday, comes as Trump continues a feud with Ghazala and Khizr Khan, parents of Army Capt. Humayun Khan, who died in an explosion in Iraq in 2004.