On Sunday, Democratic Congresswoman Ilhan Omar claimed that Trump's "utter obsession" with her shows that his campaign "unravels".
Omar made the comments during an interview with MSNBC's Joshua Johnson on "The Week".
She had previously made similar comments.
Donald Trump's repeated, conspiratorial attacks on me and other prominent politicians are not only sexist. They lead to common threats to our lives.
It has to stop. pic.twitter.com/zINd9oCdKY
– Ilhan Omar (@IlhanMN) October 19, 2020
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Ilhan Omar on Trump campaign: "They realize this is the end for them"
"I mean, it's really a sign of desperation, you know," said Omar.
"At this point, this is really not showing strength, but weakness."
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At that moment, the left-wing Somali-born Omar claimed that Trump's criticism of her meant that his campaign was in trouble.
"His complete obsession with our state and me really shows us how much his campaign is dissolving and how much they realize that this is the end for them," Omar said.
President Trump slams @IlhanMN: "Having people like Omar doesn't hurt either … She doesn't love our country too much." pic.twitter.com/KPidKFu9Z5
– The Hill (@thehill) October 17, 2020
Omar says Trump used the same tactics in 2016
"They are all about to lose their jobs," she insisted.
Omar then said that Trump used the same tactic in the 2016 presidential election.
“He came to Minnesota. He attacked the Somali community thinking his hatred would immobilize him and help him win, ”she claimed.
"But in Minnesota we are bigger than the fear and we have mobilized to make sure he didn't stand a chance of winning our state and he won't be in this election."
Of course, President Trump would criticize extremists in the Democratic Party
Ilhan Omar is part of "The Squad" of the Democratic Party, made up of himself and left-wing Congressmen Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Rahsida Tlaib and Ayanna Pressley.
He unravels. What you experience is the weakest expression of strength.
It resembles the last acts of fallen dictators. We will survive it because our 💪🏽 is stronger
– Ilhan Omar (@IlhanMN) October 18, 2020
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These women cheerfully claim to represent the most extreme and openly socialist wing of their party and regularly attack America and its history.
Ocasio-Cortez & # 39; Green New Deal alone is one of the most radical bills ever proposed, serving socialism under the guise of combating climate change.
Of course, President Trump would criticize Omar and this group.
This is a strength, not a weakness, of his campaign or anything else.