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Rep. Rashida Tlaib, D-Mich., an outspoken freshman Democrat, has continued to push for the impeachment of President Trump, fondly remembered to the praise of Trump’s predecessor, Barack Obama, gave to her, when the former President met with new members of Congress last week.
Obama “met with us, new members of Congress and we had a thoughtful discussion about our country,” Tlaib tweeted Thursday
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Tlaib posted was a photo of himself with Obama, writing: “The best part, when he looked at me and said, ‘I’m proud of you.'”
Obama, of largely the public remained out of sight since leaving office, allegedly, the event, to warn not used, the freshmen Democrats on the cost of your bold ideas, although he call to make concrete proposals with the name.
“He said we [Democrats] shouldn’t have to be afraid of big, bold ideas – but also to think, in the nitty-gritty of how these big, bold ideas will work, and how you pay for it,” one person said, familiar with Obama’s remarks to the Washington Post.
During Obama’s visit, some of the newcomers Democrats are thrilled, not all of the new members of Congress were swept up in the former President’s voice in the rule unifying.
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Freshman Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., the former President criticized in the past few weeks, according to reports, suggesting, in an interview, his message of “hope and change” is a “Fata Morgana.”
Omar later claimed she was misquoted by Politico, tweeted that she is a fan of Obama. But the movement confirmed immediately backfires, as the recording of your interview, the comments you made to the news outlet. Later deleted her tweet.
Fox News’ Brooke Singman contributed to this report.