Trump presents tables on ‘Squad,” calls for repetitions of “very racist” as the feud is dragging on

nearvideo President Trump calls the ‘team’ a ‘racist group of troublemakers’

Feud continues between President Trump and progressive Democratic women in Congress Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Ilhan Omar, Rashida Tlaib, and Ayanna Pressley; chief White House correspondent John Roberts reports.

President Trump’s feud with the four freshman women in the Congress were known as the “squad” pulled in its second week as President of the Monday-flip looking for the script on those accusing him of stirring ethnic tensions.

Accused In a blistering morning’s tweet — and the comments afterwards to reporters in the Oval Office, the President, the same legislators of racism.


“The ‘team’ is a very Racist group of troublemakers who are young, inexperienced and not very smart,” Trump tweeted.

The President seemed to work out, while the journalists in addition to the visit of the Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan. The President warned that the women in Congress were “really bad for our country,” and made reference to the case of Rep. Ayanna Pressley, D-Mass., recently responded to the criticism from the Congressional Black Caucus by saying, “We don’t need the black faces that do not want to have a black voice.”

This statement of Pressley came in the midst of an ugly fight with members of the Democratic establishment, led by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, but the two sides unite against Trump after he came tweeted two weeks ago that lawmakers should “go back” from where, and return, as soon as they have fixed problems at home (although all but one of the intended targets are from America). Democrats came together to issue a resolution condemning the remarks, which they described as racist.

The freshman legislator — and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Ilhan Omar, Rashida Tlaib, and Pressley — have kept up the criticism of Trump, the since then, especially after a rally audience, they broke into the chant of “chic” in the last week. Trump later, he hereby expressly distances himself from this song, which was directed at Omar, who was born in Somalia.

“The President is sowing violence,” Ocasio-Cortez tweeted Monday, accusing him of “authoritarian behaviour”.

Omar’s over the weekend called him a “racist Chairman” who “want any black/brown person to be deported, and Muslims is forbidden.”

Trump, speaking in the Oval Office, said that the women in Congress were “must hate our country,” and that they do damage by their colleagues on the left-hand side.

“I think they are very bad for the democratic party,” Trump.

“If you talk about disgusting people, if you speak, the way they speak,” the President said, “it is not what our country is all about.”


Meanwhile, Trump insisted that there is “no racial tension,” and that “we have fantastic relations with the African-American community.”

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