Muslim American comic ends up next to Eric Trump on flight
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Muslim American comedian Mohammed Amer ended up next to Eric Trump on a flight to Scotland Wednesday, and he said he used the opportunity to ask the president-elect's son about the incoming administration.

"Hey guys heading to Scotland to start the U.K. Tour and I am 'randomly' chosen to sit next to non other than Eric Trump," Amer wrote on Facebook. "Good news guys Muslims will not have to check in and get IDs. That's what I was told. I will be asking him a lot of questions on this trip to Glasgow, Scotland. Sometimes God just sends you the material." 



The post gained a fair amount of traction online, with many commenting with their own questions for Trump.

One Amer fan wrote: “Ask him what they plan to do about the white supremacists in his father's team and all of them that support his father from among the people.”

Another commented: “You are a better person than I am Mo. I would have asked to move"; the comic replied that the seat was “too comfortable."

During his campaign, Donald TrumpDonald John TrumpA better VA, with mental health services, is essential for America's veterans Pelosi, Nadler tangle on impeachment, contempt vote Trump arrives in Japan to kick off 4-day state visit MORE made immigration reform a top priority, promising at one point to ban Muslims from entering the country, then later pivoting to a ban on immigration from countries with a high terrorism risk. And a Trump adviser told Reuters that he considered drafting a proposal for the president-elect about the creation of a registry for immigrating Muslims. The Trump team has denied any such plans.