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Virginia democratic lawmakers said Friday they will boycott an upcoming celebration of the 400th anniversary of representative democracy in America, if President Trump visited the insistence of the organizers, “Send it Back.”
30. July event will be in Jamestown, the site of the first permanent English colony, and marked the founding of the house of representatives, was the first Deputy of the legislative Assembly in America. It is part of a week-long celebration of the state of the colonial past — including the first arrival of African slaves in the former British colonies.
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Virginia house and Senate Democratic leadership, said in a statement that they “do not participate in any part of the commemorative session, where Donald Trump is not present.”
“The current President does not represent the values, we could celebrate the 400-year anniversary of the oldest democratic body in the Western world,” she added, before you finish the statement with “Send it Back,” a reference to the “send them back”, shouting again and again, shouted from trump supporters at a July 17 rally in Greenville, N. C., The crowd began singing after Trump criticized Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn.
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The singing came after Trump was targeted four women in the Congress of the color — and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-NY, Ayanna Pressley, D-Mass., Rashida Tlaib, D-Mich., and Omar — over the weekend. He tweeted that they “go back and help the totally broken and crime-infested places from which they came, then they come back and show us how it is done” in response to their criticism of him.
Ocasio-Cortez, Tlaib and Pressley were born in the United States. Omar was born in Somalia and is a U.S. citizen.
Trump’s remarks and the singing on his rally have sparked a fire storm of controversy, with critics saying he revived the racist troops to minorities down. Trump tried distancing of the chant Thursday, said he was “happy” with him.
“I was not happy with it, I agree with him, but again, I didn’t say you did,” Trump told reporters in the Oval Office on the question of the controversial moment.
In a rebuke of the President, the Democratic-led house on Tuesday voted to condemn his tweets as “racist comments, which have legitimized and increased the fear and hatred of the new Americans and people of color.” Most of the Republicans have refused, their rule is the trump card in the comments.
To Outdo the invitation to participate in the Virginia event was also by democratic Gov. Ralph Northam, and two Republican state legislators. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., was also invited, but declined.
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Organizer-American development, said the White house is not planning an announcement in reference to the President. However, the Richmond Times-Dispatch newspaper reported on Friday that Trump had planned to attend the event.