This undated photo provided by Ohoud Ali Mohamed Nasr El Sayed shows her brother, Emadeldin, an Egyptian aviation student in the Los Angeles area. (Ohoud Ali Mohamed Nasr El Sayed via AP)
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An Egyptian flight student is expected to appear in immigration court Friday to determine whether he should be deported after being investigated by federal agents for posting threatening comments on his Facebook page about Donald Trump.Emadeldin Elsayed, a 23-year-old aspiring pilot from Cairo, has a hearing scheduled before Immigration Judge Kevin Riley in Los Angeles. Elsayed wrote that he was willing to serve a life sentence for killing Trump and the world would thank him, said his lawyer, Hani Bushra.Elsayed said he was angered by the Republican presidential contender's comments about banning Muslims from traveling to the United States, but never intended to harm anyone. Immigration authorities alleged in court filings that Universal Air Academy had tipped off federal officials to the Facebook post, Bushra said.
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