US Representative Ilhan Omar will not be intimidated by President Donald Trump, who more than once attacked her with racist comments this week when she returned to a warm welcome in her home state of Minnesota in the United States.  "We are not scared off, we are not afraid," she said to her followers, who carried signs saying "End Rassism Now" and "I stood with Ilhan".
"We're ready," said Omar cheerfully On Wednesday, at his first North Carolina campaign, following his announcement of his re-election bid for 2020, Trump reiterated his attacks on four colored congressmen, including Omar of Minnesota] "You never have anything good to say That's why I say, 'Hey, if you do not like it, let her go, let her go.' "He added," I think in some cases they hate our country. "[1
The colors of the US flag and the "Make America Great Again "-cap-decorated crowds responded with the song:" Send them back! Send them back! "
His criticism of Omar, who had a false accusation that she had expressed pride in Al Qaeda , was vo Politicians and people criticized #IStandWithIlhan as number one widely in the US.
Trump also claimed he had tried to stop the vocals in North Carolina, though a video showed he continued the vocals as he took a long break.
"I started talking very quickly," he told reporters on Thursday. "I was not satisfied with that, I disagree" and "would definitely try" to stop a similar song at a future rally.
Formerly, a defiant Omar called the US president "fascist." She described the confrontation as a fight for "what this country really is" should it be. "
" We will continue to be a nightmare for this president because his politics is a nightmare to us, "she told a cheering crowd that greeted her like a local heroine at Minneapolis International Airport, St. Paul. [TrumplaunchedtheturmoiloftheweekbytweetingonSundaythatOmarandthreeothercongressionalwomencould"return"totheirhomecountriesiftheywereunhappy
His other targets were Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of New York, Rashida Tlaib of Michigan, and Ayanna Pressley of Massachusetts.
The four congressional women known as "The Squad" condemned Trump's racist tweets and said they would not silence representatives convicted of Trump's race It's weekend tweets against the four politicians, all four are US citizens and all but Omar were born in the US
Representative Ocasio-Cortez said on Thursday Trump's attacks on her and three other Democratic congressional women put millions of Americans at risk of physical harm.
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