Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Friday she teamed with the four colored Democratic congressional women that President Trump Donald John TrumpAmash replies to sending her back to the Trump rally, "Such are the worst episodes in history Start "McConnell: Trump" on something "with attacks on Congress Women Trump" explodes "corrupt" leaders of Puerto Rico in the political crisis MORE suggested to go "back", from where they came, although three in the USA were born and All are US citizens.
Merkel said at a Berlin press conference that the commentary, Democrats and a handful of Republicans condemned as racist, "undermines America's strength," according to CNN.
"I strongly distance myself from this and stand in solidarity with the women under attack," she said, referring to the democratic representatives. Alexandria Ocasio-CortezTop Missouri condemns the shameful GOP newspaper's silence on Trump's "racism" restaurant in a town where Trump's rally donated wages to immigrants. Crowd greets Omar at the airport. MORE (NY), Ilhan Omar (Minn.), Rashida Harbi TlaibAmash responds to the "send back" cries at the Trump Rally: "To start the worst episodes in history" McConnell: Trump "With attacks on The congresswomen Sally Yates: Moral Fiber Of The USA Is" Shredded "By Unapologetic Racism MORE (Mich.) And Ayanna Pressley Ayanna PressleyAmash responds to the" send back "cries The Trump Rally: "How the Worst Episodes in History Begin" McConnell: Trump "On to Something" Attacking Congress Women Sally Yates: US Moral Fiber "Torn" by Non-Exciting Racism MORE (Mass .)
"The strength of the US lies precisely in the fact that people of very different nationalities contribute to the strength of the American people," added the Chancellor.
"These are feelings that express my opinion CKEN [about the U.S.] which I firmly believe contradict much and undermine the strength of the US, "Merkel said.
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– Tilo (@TiloJung) July 19, 2019 tweeted on Sunday that the four women, collectively known as "the troop," should "go back and help fix the totally broken and crime-prone places from which they came" the remark as racist, with four republicans and one independent who join all democrats in their rebuke of the president.
At a Trump rally on Wednesday, supporters of the president sang "Send Them Back" regarding Omar, who came to the US as a refugee from Somalia. The singing was widely condemned and Trump later tried to distance himself from it and said, "I was not happy with it. I disagree with it." Rally saying that the legislator's earlier "vile and disgusting statements" are not receiving enough attention.