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Democratic and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, and Ilhan Omar, alleged Thursday that President Trump controls the country in the direction of fascism, as they ramped up their criticism of the President in the Wake of a fiery rally where he blasted again and again, the first legislature.
Ocasio-Cortez, D-NY, talks with reporters on Capitol Hill, reacted to the President’s recent comments-as well as the rally-spectators-reaction — with the words, it shows that you are “not in politics anymore.”
“We are not in the policy anymore. We are in racism… we are in a fascist government,” she said.
Trump, however, sought to distance himself Thursday, itself from the rally-the audience sing “send you back,” which was directed at Omar.
Ocasio-Cortez also said that the rhetoric could be, in the last days of “personal security questions”, not only for the legislators, such as yourself, but other people of color. The New Yorker added, you are familiar with Capitol security officials care about the safety, but fear for immigrant communities and other people of color.
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“The people this is targeted Ocasio because of this rhetoric… our biggest concern,”-Cortez said.
Moments later, Omar also weighed on Capitol Hill, said: “I want to make sure that every single person in this country, who is a contender to be a part of the American fabric, doesn’t understand this President says, should be taken to heart.
“We are Americans, as much as any other, this is our country, and we are, where we belong. I told the people that my choice of the night in the great state of Minnesota that we not only welcome refugees, we will send you this to us.
“And as much as he spits, his fascist ideology on the stage, telling the U.S. citizens to go back, because you don’t agree with his harmful policy for our country, we say to the people that is here in the United States, dissent is Patriotic. Here in the United States, a dispute, welcomed the debate is to be welcomed – particularly in the people’s house.”
Omar she was on a group of women, including one that she said recently, a citizen, was not say: “This President speak for you, and we will make sure that we get a President you can be proud of.”
During the “Make America Great Again” – rally in North Carolina, the audience broke into a distinctive singing of “send you”, while the President criticized Omar and other members of the so-called progressive Democrats “squad.”
The three-word vocals, and not respond to the trumpet that called the President a tweet on Sunday in which he asked why the unnamed “Democrat women in Congress were” not “go back and fix the totally broken and crime-infested places from which they came, then they come back and show us how it is done.”
The President later confirmed was related to Omar, as well as repetitions. Ocasio-Cortez, Rashida Tlaib, and Ayanna Pressley — all of which, except for Omar, were born in the United States. After a historic and bizarre stick-fight, the Democrat-controlled house of representatives formally Trump’s condemned the comments as “racist” on Tuesday.
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As the President criticized the Omar, which could be cries of “traitor”, heard in the crowd.
“And at a press conference this week, when asked whether they Trump said supported Al-Qaeda is our enemy, you are a very serious problem, that we care, but you always seem to come somewhere-she refused to answer,” then.
“Omar has accused the United States for the crisis in Venezuela. I mean, think of that one. And she looks with contempt on the hard-working Americans, they say, that ignorance is pervasive in many parts of the country.”
As a handful of people began to shout: “send them back” Trump added: “And, of course, and, above all, Omar, has a story to launch vicious anti-Semitic screeds.”
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The “send them escalated back” chant, as Trump stepped briefly from the podium.
The President does not have the amount of singing, and returned after a break to continue with his remarks.
On Thursday, however, Trump condemns the singing.
“I was not happy when I heard that chant,” he said to reporters and said that he did not agree with him and he didn’t want to say it.
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Before the rally, a Fox News exclusive reported, the house Homeland Security Committee Chairman Bennie G. Thompson, D-Miss., the search for extra-protection for the members of Congress on Monday to Trump’s tweets, and comments on the progressive end of the “squad.”
In the letter to House Sergeant at Arms “Paul Irving and Senate Sergeant at Arms” (Michael Stenger, Thompson argues that the Capitol Police Board should meet to “analyze the current threat to the environment and limits for the more safety of the members.”
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Thompson said the safety of the officers should be “threshold values for increased security for certain targeted members and an evaluation of threat streams with law enforcement agencies and partners in the districts. Own initiative in this case is essential to the safety not only of these targeted members, but all members of Congress.”
Fox News was told that despite Thompson’s ask other legislators in the face of serious threats, as members of the team in front of Trump’s tweets.
Fox News’ Chad Pergram, handle contributed to Jenkins and Gregg Re of this report.