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Maxine Waters’ GOP rival seeks traction on your inflammatory comments

Omar Navarro, left, a 29-year-old Republican trying to oust California Rep. Maxine Waters, right from your seat in November. He is seizing on the liberal Democrats – inflammatory, anti-Trump comments to try to boost his long-shot bid.

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To displace the 29-year-old Republicans are looking for longtime California Rep. Maxine Waters from her congressional seat in November, the seizure of the Democrat – inflammatory, anti-Trump comments is to try to strengthen his longshot bid.

“If the Congress is not officially censorship, [then] the voters the opportunity to vote for me in November, to replace them,” GOP candidate Omar Navarro told Fox News in an E-Mail. “It is time for Maxine Waters to Congress.”

The water has not subsided, to confront out of your weekend comments calling for the people, members of the trump administration at the gas station and everywhere else you are seen in public. President, Trump has been accused of encouraging water, the people are his Fans does not claim to “damage” a little water, you have no intention of.

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With national attention on the controversial comments, Navarro is open to the public appealing for Trump’s endorsement.

“I would like a confirmation from the man who has inspired me in business,” Navarro tweeted Monday. “I read a book of The art of the Deal by @realDonaldTrump.”

I would like confirmation from the man who inspired me to be in business. I read a book of The art of the Deal by @realDonaldTrump.

— Omar Navarro (@RealOmarNavarro) June 25, 2018

But Navarro, the owner of a small business, which unsuccessfully challenged the water in 2016, with a steep fight in the deep blue of the 43rd constituency. In June, the PV is, water is a received nearly 45,000 votes. Navarro, who came in second place, won just over 9,000. Under the condition of the “jungle primary” system, both candidates advance to the General election.

Navarro portrayed himself as an anti-establishment conservative. He has endorsements on his website from the controversial Trump figures, including former national security Advisor Mike Flynn, a former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio and longtime trump adviser Roger stone facing.

The National Republican Congressional Committee has no plans, in the contest involved, Fox News has learned. Still, even without a national body to secure, Navarro has tried to spent the last few days to spark interest in his campaign, by drawing attention to Waters’ remarks about harassing Trump officials in public.

“When someone looks in the closet in a restaurant, in a Department store, a gas station, get out and create a lot of and slide it back on you, and you tell them they are welcome everywhere,” said Waters on Saturday.

The water made the comments in the midst of the liberal game room on the White house’s “zero-tolerance” immigration policy, which led to the separation of families on the border. While Trump later signed an order, apart from such separation, the protests have continued.

In a tweet Monday, Trump said: “Congresswoman Maxine Waters, a very low IQ person, has, in common with Nancy Pelosi, the face of the democratic party. They just called, for any damage to trailers, of which there are many, the Make America Great Again-movement. Be careful what you wish for, Max!”

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Waters replied that she had spoken, the “power of truth” and that “the President has done a terrible thing,” with its illegal immigration. She said she has called for peaceful protests.

“Trump is the one who is creating,” Waters said in a Monday afternoon press conference on Capitol Hill. “The attempt of the people to have faith, about which I have spoken, the damage to the people. There is nowhere in my statement, anytime, anyplace, we talked about the damage.”

She added: “Protest is the democratic way, as long as it is quiet. I believe in peaceful protests.”

Fox News’ Andrew O ‘ Reilly and Brooke Singman contributed to this report.

Alex Pappas is a political reporter at FoxNews.com. Follow him on Twitter at @Alex Pappas.

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