in the vicinityVideoRep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) brushes from Meghan McCain on Twitter
Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) brushes from Meghan McCain, on Twitter, after McCain criticized some of their recent controversial comments.
Ilhan Omar has become clear from their point of view on Meghan McCain crystal.
Rep., Omar, D-Minn., the controversial freshman Congressman, scoffed McCain, the shoot trying to call you, during a discussion about anti-Semitism in the Wake of the California synagogue.
“If we should have conversations about the anti-Semitism, we look at the extreme on both sides. I brought members of Congress, Ilhan Omar, and some of your comments that got so much attention”, “The View” co-host said on ABC’s “This week with George Stephanopoulos.”
“In my opinion, Nancy Pelosi was not difficult enough, in answer to your trade in the anti-Semitic language.”
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Hours later, in response to a tweet McCain criticize for referencing Omar and Saturday’s fatal shooting at a synagogue in Poway, who weighed a Minnesota Democrat.
“Oh, bless your heart!” Omar tweeted.
The Twitter spat came after the police, the 19-year-old John earnest said opened fire inside the synagogue, in the vicinity of San Diego, as believers celebrated the last day of Passover, killed a woman and wounded, the synagogue’s rabbi and two others Saturday, authorities said.
Trump and other elected officials decried what they were killed as an anti-Semitic attack by six months to the day after the 11 people in the case of a great synagogue in the most lethal attack on Jews in the history of the United States.
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Trump offered his sympathies Saturday to from saw that the shooting “as a hate crime.”
“Our whole nation is mourning the loss of life, pray for the injured and stand in solidarity with the Jewish community,” Trump said later at a rally in the U.S. state of Wisconsin. “We powerfully the evils of anti-Semitism and hatred must be defeated to condemn.”
California Gov., Gavin Newsom, said he joins the community in mourning.
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“No one should have to fear going to your place of worship, and no one should be targeted for practice, the teachings of their faith,” he said.
Fox News’ Andrew O’reilly contributed to this report.