in the vicinityVideoRep. Omar: Anything to be President Trump says, should be taken to heart
After the President was reinforced in its attacks against the progressive women in Congress, Democrat Rep. Ilhan Omar said, ” This is our country, and we are, where we belong.’
Rep. Ilhan Omar promised to continue as the President’s “nightmare Trump, ‘” as you receive a warm welcome in her Minnesota district on Thursday after a turbulent week in which you are repeatedly in conflict with the White house.
Hundreds of people welcomed Omar at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport, many carrying placards for the support of the freshman Congressman.
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Last week, controversy ensued after Trump said that Omar and three other very left-wing women in Congress gave Reps. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Rashida Tlaib, and Ayanna Pressley – should go back “and help broken completely and crime-infested places from which they came.”
Critics as Trump’s racist comments, and sharpness, especially as all four women in the Congress of the U.S. citizens, with three of them, born in the USA (Omar was born in Somalia.)
“The reality is, everyone talks about how [Trump] is threatened, because we criticize him,” Omar, the crowd told at the airport, MPR News reported. “But the reality is, he is threatened, because we dream of inspiring people from a country that recognizes our dignity and our humanity.”
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“His nightmare is to see the beautiful mosaic fabric of our country to welcome someone like me as your member of Congress,” Omar added. “We will continue to be a nightmare, this President, because his policies are a nightmare for us.”
“His nightmare is to see the beautiful mosaic fabric of our country to welcome someone like me as your member of Congress. We are also more than a nightmare, this President, because his policies are a nightmare for us.”
— U.S. Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn.
Omar later, a Packed town hall was visited, where they camped the progressive proposal of “Medicare for All”, as her supporters gave her a standing ovation.
Before the appearance in her home district, Omar Trump called a “fascist”, after a chant “send them back”, broke up during a campaign event on Wednesday, a singing, Trump said that he does not agree.
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“I think he’s a fascist,” Omar told reporters on Capitol Hill, and added, “I would like to remind people that this is what this President and his followers, our country is supposed to be a country that we allow the democratic debate and dissent to take place.”