UK's Javid says 'send her back' chant at Trump rally unacceptable

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Omar explained that she knew would be an outspoken member of Congress, starting with the controversial "Muslim ban".

Some Republicans have urged Trump to tone down the rhetoric but the president clearly believes - despite the risk of inflaming racial tensions and widening the partisan divide - that he has latched on to a winning strategy.

Facing blowback from Republicans on Thursday, Trump tried to distance himself from his supporters' cries at the North Carolina rally, saying "I disagree with it". But it was quite a chant, and I felt a little bit badly about it.

Pelosi, less ideologically liberal than the Squad, has made her current opposition to impeachment clear, preferring to let House investigations of Trump and his administration continue. "She looks down with contempt on the hard-working Americans saying that ignorance is pervasive in many parts of this country".

"They said, 'Send her back, ' they didn't know I was already going back to have a handsome conversation about what it means to create progress for all of the people in our country", said Omar.

All are American citizens, and all but Omar was born in the US She fled to America as a child with her family from violence-wracked Somalia.

"The chants at last night's rally were offensive, and I'm glad the President has disavowed them", said Senator Mitt Romney, a Republican from Utah. "When somebody goes out and says the terrible things about our country, the people of our country, that are anti-Semitic, who hate everybody, who speak with scorn and hate", Trump said.

"I want them to keep loving our country".

"It is wonderful how the Fake News Media became "crazed" over the chant "send her back" by a packed Arena (a record) crowd in the Great State of North Carolina, but is totally calm & accepting of the most vile and disgusting statements made by the three Radical Left Congresswomen", Trump wrote.

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The past week was rife with barbed insults between the president and his opponents, including a spat with four progressive congresswomen of color whom the president suggested should "go back" to their ancestral homelands if they have problems with America. She subsequently apologized to Jewish groups for some of her comments.

"Omar has a history of launching vicious anti-Semitic attacks". Neither statement named her, even though some lawmakers wanted to.

"If we do that we're going to put Trump on a glide path to re-election".

FILE - From left, U.S. Reps. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of New York, Ayanna Pressley of MA and Rashida Tlaib of MI - have warned that the country has taken a wrong turn following Trump administration policies, mostly notably on immigration and climate change.

Earlier this week he said they should "go back" to "the crime infested places from which they came".

While giving the keynote speech at a CAIR fundraising banquet, Omar dismissively described the September 11 terrorist attacks as an event where "some people did something".

Omar's constituents rallied at the airport to show support for their representative in the wake of the attacks.

But a competing resolution condemning the BDS movement has wide support in the House and is much more likely to win approval, if any resolution passes. I started speaking very quickly.

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