AOC, says Trump ‘enjoyed’ rally chant about Omar, wants to be President more

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Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-NY, controversial President of the Trump the account of his Wednesday night rally in North Carolina, claims that he “enjoyed” by the audience, the chants about sending Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., back to your home country.

“He has somehow presided over the situation, he enjoyed it, he took it,” she said in a town hall on immigration in her New York neighborhood on Saturday. When a reporter asked whether she believed that a trump had been led to, the amount, Ocasio-Cortez replied, “He needs to have.”


She also pushed back at Trump’s assertion that he spoke up to the chants stop “immediately.” “Roll the tape, didn’t he,” she said. The singing continued for at least 10 seconds, before the President said anything.

Trump, on Saturday, tweeted that he “does nothing for the people.” “I was particularly pleased with her singing. Only a very large and Patriotic crowd,” he said.

That tweet reflects his first comments on Thursday, when he said that he does not agree with the vocals.

Other tweets from the President sharply criticized the way the media treated the songs, suggesting that outlets showed bias in their focus, but not “the most vile and disgusting statements of the three Radical Left women in Congress gave.” He seemed to Ocasio-Cortez, Omar, and one of the other members of your “team.”

But after Ocasio-Cortez, an “important part” of the Trump its base stirring involved, so that Neo-disabled go Nazis”.” They went on to claim that Trump as a response to the chants of “millions of Americans” are in danger, and showed that he no longer wanted to be the President of the United States.

“What he said to this country that he wants to be President more because he wants to pick and choose, who said he is the President-and this is not a President,” she said.


“Once you start, tell the American citizens ‘go back to their own countries,” this tells you that this President, the policy is not about immigration, it’s about ethnicity and racism,” Ocasio-Cortez went on to applause from the town hall lot. “And his biggest mistake is that he said in the quiet part loud. That was his biggest mistake, because we know that he is thinking of the all the time.”

Ocasio-Cortez, also called the President “lawless” and said his government was making it difficult for the Congress to perform their tasks.

“If you have a President that does not respect the law, that is to say, he is a human rights violation,” she said, “and that means that he does not truly honor the laws are on the books.” Your comments seemed to echo their words by Friday, when she told a reporter that Trump could not imagine that an immigration system without torture or to hurt “innocent people.”


The freshman Congressman also argued that the U.S. immigration enforcement had traumatised children with a migrant background in a way that made the government responsible for providing those children, the care of mental health for the rest of your life. Also, you doubled down on the idea that the US could Department the abolition of Homeland Security

“I think that the reorganization and to get rid of the DHS is not as radical as [Ex-President] George [W.] Bush-implementation, and creation of DHS in the first place,” Ocasio-Cortez said.

For weeks, Ocasio-Cortez, the termination of the administration of the immigration of the practices and collided authorities met over allegations about the treatment of migrants. During a heated and emotional house hearing in July, they crack in the, what you called the Trump administration’s policy of “dehumanization” and Stand by the claims that migrants were arrested, told the drink from toilet bowls.


This seemed to be a prompt, a former Immigration and Customs Enforcement Director Tom Homan to vehemently defend, law enforcement authorities, during the hearing.

“As a 34-year veteran of law enforcement, it is shocking to see shocking, to defend the constant attacks against those who leave the safety of their homes every day, put on a Kevlar vest and a gun on your hip and risk for their own safety, to get this nation,” he said to appear in times, choked, as he defended his former colleagues.

The freshman Congressman also defended his decision to oppose additional funding for immigration enforcement-an issue that appeared to bring them and other freshmen women in Congress, more public control, as your “no” vote created tensions with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s, D-Calif., Support for the bill.

Fox News’ Adam Shaw contributed to this report.

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