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REP Rashida Tlaib, the re-election campaign begins with the sale of $29 “charges of the MF” t-shirts Thursday, two days after the speaker of the house of representatives Nancy Pelosi announced that Congress is the initiation of an impeachment inquiry in President Trump.
“You asked for ‘em. And now we have ’em,” her campaign wrote in an E-Mail, according to The Detroit News.
RASHIDA TLAIB CHARGES CALLS TRUMP AN EXPLETIVE DURING A PITCH
The quote is a reference to a controversial remark Tlaib to supporters soon after it was sworn into Congress in January. “We’re going to accuse the mother****r,” she said in a video that went viral.
Both Republicans and Democrats criticized their language, and Trump called it “disrespectful” and “shameful.”
Republicans-Rep. Bill Huizenga, R-Mich., the t said the shirts are inappropriate and said he let his followers know about it.
“Can you imagine the outrage if I had a t-shirt together, such as for the impeachment of President Obama?” Huizenga said, according to The Detroit News. “Firstly, my mother had called me and said, ‘shame on you.’ Then I would have heard, from my Republican colleagues ask me, ‘What in the world are you doing?'”
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Tlaib also introduced a lot of pro-impeachment protesters on Capitol Hill on Thursday in singing the quote, according to the appeal.