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Pocket US Constitution becomes best-seller after Khizr Khan DNC speech

The pocket version became a best-seller days after Khizr Khan, whose son was killed while serving in Iraq, flashed a pocket Constitution and offered to lend it to Donald Trump during a speech at the DNC

AP , Sunday 31 Jul 2016
Pocket US Constitution becomes best-seller after Khizr Khan DNC speech
Khizr Khan, whose son, Humayun S. M. Khan was one of 14 American Muslims who died serving in the U.S. Army in the 10 years after the 9/11 attacks, offers to loan his copy of the Constitution to Donald Trump.
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A pocket version of the U.S. Constitution has become a best-seller on Amazon.com.

The 52-page pamphlet printed by the National Center for Constitutional Studies sells for $1 and was in the Top 10 best-selling books on Amazon on Saturday afternoon. The site produces an hourly list of its best sellers.

The Constitution emerged as a best-seller days after Muslim-American lawyer Khizr Khan, whose son was killed while serving in Iraq, flashed a pocket Constitution and offered to lend it to Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump during a speech at the Democratic National Convention.

The version Khan used at the convention did not appear to be the same as the one that became popular on Amazon.

A message sent to Amazon seeking sales details for the Constitution pamphlet was not immediately returned.

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