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President Trump and Rep. Ilhan Omar clashed again on Wednesday after the President, a post shared on Twitter that inaccurate, the freshman Congressman “struck celebrated” on Sept. 11 and the Minnesota Democrat said would help him to “win” her condition in the year 2020.
Early Wednesday, the President shared a post by comedian Terrence K. Williams, tweeted a video to show the rail, Omar dancing. Williams tweeted that he “celebrated on the anniversary of 9/11, because she believes that “Some people Have Just Anything’,” the on the legislature, the controversial description of the attacks, as they complained that the Muslims in General, lost civil liberties because of the attacks carried out by “some people”.
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Trump responded Wednesday stating: “Ilhan Omar, a member of the AOC Plus 3, will win us the Great state of Minnesota. The new face of the democratic party!”
Later, Omar, the correction of the President fired back, and accused him of spreading false information. And Williams’ tweet has since been deleted.
“The is from a CBC event we received to celebrate this weekend black women in the Congress,” Omar tweeted. “The President of the United States is to continue to spread lies that my life is in danger. What to do Twitter in order to combat this misinformation?”
Omar said in the video, their dance was taken over the weekend during the Congressional Black Caucus annual legislative conference in Washington, DC, held from Sept. 11 to Sept. 15. The video surfaced on Twitter on Friday, after Sept. 11.
Omar, in March, attracted widespread criticism with the remark that she made at a fundraiser for the Council on American-Islamic Relations.
“Here’s the truth is to have lived too long, we, with the discomfort of being a second-class citizen and to be honest, I’m tired, and every single Muslim in this country should be tired,” she said in the March 23. “CAIR was after 9/11, because they have realized that some people did something, and we all begin to lose access to our civil liberties.”
Last week, on the 18th anniversary of the terrorist attacks, in New Jersey resident crack Omar for these comments.
“MA’am, objectively, we know who and what has been done,” Nicholas Haros, Jr., lost his mother on 9/11, said during a reading of victims ‘ names at Ground Zero last week. “There is no uncertainty about the. Why your confusion?”
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He continued: “On that day, 19 Islamic terrorists, members of Al-Qaeda, which killed more than 3,000 people and caused billions of dollars of economic damage. Is that clear?”
“But to whom? I was attacked. Their relatives and friends were attacked,” Haros said, overlooking the crowd. “Our constitutional freedoms were attacked, and our founding nation, which was attacked on Judeo-Christian principles.”
He added: “This is what some people have completed,” Haros. “Came the now? We are here today to say, Congressman, you and the team, and the only who who did what. You show respect in honoring them, please.”
Meanwhile, the President is in conflict with Omar and other members of “The team” repeatedly. The group consists of four freshmen women in Congress gave Reps. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-NY, Rashida Tlaib, D-Mich., Ayanna Pressley, D-Mass., and Omar. The group was outspoken in his criticism of the President and the government since its election.
Trump, in June, proposed that the legislature should “go back and help broken completely and crime-infested places where they came from.”
“Then you come back and show us how it is done,” Trump said in June.
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At rallies, according to his comments, trump supporters, they broke into chants of “send”, the Trump, later, distanced himself. The chants were directed at Omar, D-Minn., who was born in Somalia, came to the U.S. as a refugee when she was a teenager and is now a naturalized US citizen.
Fox News Greg Norman contributed to this report.