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Cory Booker says he cried ‘tears of rage’ on Trump rhetoric, claiming something is “brutally wrong” with US

U.S. sen Cory Booker, D-N. J., participates in a Senate Foreign Relations Committee hearing on Capitol Hill in Washington, 25. Of July 2018.

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A President Trump the sharpest critics in the U.S. Senate, said on Friday that he was once called, “tears of rage” about the Trump-administration rhetoric.

U.S. sen Cory Booker, D-N. J., made the remark at the Netroots Nation conference in New Orleans, where other liberal speakers were to include U.S. Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif.

The annual Convention drew thousands of liberal activists and offered a chance for the Democrats considering presidential runs in order to win over the Fans, the Washington Times reported.

Cory Booker, laments ‘Brutal wrong” state of the American culture https://t.co/BRK4W65kRB

— The Washington Times (@WashTimes) 3. August 2018

“I’m a great believer that, if America, if this country is not yet broken your heart, then you know, love you enough,” Booker continued. “Because there are things that are brutally wrong in this country.”

“I’m not a big believer in that, if America, if this country is not yet broken your heart, you know love is not enough. Because there are things that are brutally wrong in this country.”

– U.S. sen. Cory Booker, D-N. J.

A place where Booker claimed, had broken his heart, Newark, N. J., in the fighting North-East of the city — with poverty and crime rule the country, Booker served the highest-where, as mayor from 2006 to 2013.

“Newark has gifted me with a wisdom that can only be a sense of purpose, the said only through joint pain,” Booker come from the wounds, according to the time. “It is a city that in times when my heart was broken, but I’ve learned that the heart of this interesting organ, it is the only one that really works, even if it is now broken.”

“Newark has gifted me with a wisdom that can only come from wounds, a sense that can only be from the joint pain.”

– U.S. sen. Cory Booker, D-N. J.

Booker also complained that the have lost to a democratic party that seems, in his view, “our way.”

“I think a lot about the democratic party, the National-and, it seems, the connection to the people — where they are, what their experiences are, their struggles, their injuries and their pain — as we seem to have lost our way,” he said.

Anti-Israel Signs?

Excited to be here at Netroots Nation to talk with progressive on how to sen. Cory Booker about our shared commitment to freedom, justice and equality for all people. #NN18 pic.twitter.com/ljswLmv32w

— The Palestinian Rights (@US_Campaign) 3. August 2018

Booker’s spokesman, Jeff Giertz, later, the damage control, because this is a sign that the senator held, during a photo shoot with some of the participants of the same New Orleans conference.

Of the participants, it turned out that the activists of the US campaign for Palestinian rights, a group that advocates for the “anti-racism principles”, according to its website.

The characters, Booker held, said: “From Palestine to Mexico, to go to all of the walls,” raising the eyebrows of pro-Israel supporters.

Giertz told the Washington Free Beacon that the senator had no time to have the plate read “in the midst of the rush” and thought it was just talking about Mexico.

Giertz added that Booker believes that safety barriers are necessary, as long as “active terrorist organisations threaten the security of the people of Israel.”

Last week, Booker implored activists to, “please, go in the face of some of the Congress people,” at the National conference on ending homelessness in Washington DC, Fox News Insider reported.

He also joined high-ranking members of the Senate last week, against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, said: “you are either complicit in the evil … or they will fight against you,” Fox News Insider reported.

Amy Lieu is a news editor and a reporter for Fox News.

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