Trump taking the campaign to Ilhan Omar, a district with planned Minneapolis rally

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President Trump’s campaign announced it will hold a rally in Minneapolis in the next month in an attempt to reflect the historically blue state to his favor before the year 2020 the elections, a step that his “Keep America Great” – message to the district that one of its harshest critics in Congress, Rep. Ilhan Omar.

The announcement of the rally, set for Oct. 10 at the Target Center in Minneapolis, signaled to Trump the resolve of the flip of the state’s 10 electoral votes, won by not Republicans, since the then-President Richard Nixon, the state began in 1972.

Trump came next in the year 2016, less than about 45,000 votes to Hillary Clinton. He tweeted last July, “because of the American hating anti-Semite Rep. Omar, & the fact that Minnesota, with its best economic year ever, I win the state!”


Trump and Omar, one of the progressive Democrats in the “Squad” in the hair have been for months, with Trump Omar anti-Semitic for their criticism of the U.S.-Israel Alliance and their expression of support for the Palestinians. She has denied that anti-Semitic.

At a July rally in North Carolina, the reaction to comments he made against the four women in the Congress, the critics as “racist” Trump “the squad said,” “Let ’em leave… you always tell us about how to start it, how to do this, what to do. You know what? If you don’t love it you say ‘to leave em.” Some in the crowd chanted “send them back”, much to the indignation of the Democrats.

“Our beautiful state welcomes everyone with open arms,” Omar, a Somali-born refugee, tweeted on Thursday to stop after the announcement of the trump suit the campaign. “To be clear: we will continue to reject them and their campaign of lies and bigotry.”

Minneapolis mayor Jacob Frey also took aim at the visit of the President in a statement posted on Twitter.

“On October 10, our entire city will stand behind the President, but behind the communities and people who said our city-and the country-large,” Frey, a Democrat,.

“Under normal circumstances, it would be an honor to welcome you, a sitting President of the United States, Minneapolis, and to show off all that our city has to offer, on the national stage. But these are not normal circumstances. Since the inauguration of President Trump, the actions were reprehensible, and his rhetoric has made it clear that he does not value the perspectives and rights of Minneapolis diverse communities.”

“Its message of hate is never welcome in Minneapolis,” Frey continued.


Trump has slammed to say Omar repeated, it is America to blame for the economic crisis in Venezuela, and has refused to condemn Al-Qaeda.

You “smeared American service members in ‘Black Hawk Down.’ You slandered the brave Americans, to keep trying the peace in Somalia,” Trump said in his Fayetteville rally in July.


Omar also won the criticism of trump for the play down to the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks on US soil when they said that the Muslims have a negative perception, because “some people have something” on 9/11. You had said that the Council on American-Islamic Relations “was after 9/11, because they have realized that some people did something, and we all begin to lose access to our civil liberties.” CAIR was actually founded in the year 1994.

Trump tweeted a video, the interwoven. Omar’s comments with footage of the Twin Towers after the attacks.

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