The niece of Osama bin Laden calls herself a "patriot at heart" and has supported President Donald Trump in both the 2016 and the 2020 elections.
Noor Bin Ladin, 34, was confronted by Swiss police while protesting the Biden-Putin summit with a "Trump Won" flag. Bin Ladin has been a vocal Trump supporter as well as a fierce critic of the Biden administration. She has distanced herself repeatedly from her uncle and was born and raised in Switzerland.
"Damn right," she confirmed on Twitter.
Swiss authorities confronted Bin Ladin and told her that protesting and political messaging are disallowed this week due to the events taking place in Switzerland, she said. The Swiss told Bin Ladin that she could have her signage back on Friday.
"Guatemala is a freer county than Switzerland because we had Guatemalan patriots just last week when Kamala [Harris] went and visited the country, who had put up signs that Trump won and they were not taken down, they were freely standing there on location, on site and apparently in Switzerland that's not possible," Bin Ladin said.
On the topic of supporting Trump, Bin Ladin told the New York Post: "I have been a supporter of President Trump since he announced he was running in the early days in 2015. I have watched from afar and I admire this man’s resolve." She said before the 2020 presidential election that "He must be re-elected … It's vital for the future of not only America, but western civilization as a whole."
She said on the topic of this week's summit: "This whole summit is a joke. Trump won and all of this is theatrics." Bin Ladin also apparently had an Info Wars camera crew with her and was doing an interview when the police interrupted.