President Donald Trump released Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-Minn) during a rally in Michigan on Friday, claiming that the new congresswoman "loves" Yemen but "doesn't love our country".
Trump calls Bernie and Biden
While speaking at the rally, Trump was debating whether or not Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT) would run for president again when he turned his attention to Omar.
"I don't know," said Trump, pointing out that Sanders "fights like hell" before asking if he would be a better opponent than "Sleepy Joe" Biden.
"Joe has a bigger base but no energy, right?" Said Trump. "We have a big base and we have more energy than anyone."
Trump moves to Ilhan Omar
The president then spoke about immigration policy and told the crowd that Biden “is a 700% increase in refugees from the world's most dangerous terrorist attacks, including Syria, Somalia, where Omar, Omar – that's the other reason I'm going to win , Il-han, Il-han Omar. "
The crowd started booing as soon as Trump said the name of the radically liberal Congressman.
"She loves our country very much," he added sarcastically. “And Yemen, right? No … she will help me win. She'll protest when I go up there. And I will thank you very much. Every time you protest, around 25% of the vote has to be cast. "
"She tells us how to run our country and she doesn't love our country," Trump continued. "The Biden Plan will turn Michigan into a refugee camp."
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President Trump: "(Rep. Ilhan Omar) is telling us how to run our country and she doesn't love our country, I can tell you. The Biden plan will turn Michigan into a refugee camp." pic.twitter.com/SyAxpBu8mg
– The Hill (@thehill) October 30, 2020
Trump made similar comments about Omar during a rally in Pennsylvania last month where he said she "told us how to govern our country".
"How about Omar from Minnesota?" Trump said according to Politico. "We're going to win the state of Minnesota because of her, they say. She tells us how to run our country. How did you do, where are you from? How is your country? She'll tell us – she tells us how we should rule our country. "
Omar's infamous 9/11 comments
Omar, who was born in Somalia, shot back to Trump on Twitter.
"First, this is my country and I am a member of the House that indicted you," she wrote. "Second, I fled the civil war when I was 8 years old. An 8-year-old doesn't rule a country, even though you run our country like one."
You may remember Omar as the woman who described the 9/11 terrorist attacks last year as an event where "some people did something".
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This piece was written by James Samson on October 30th, 2020. It originally appeared in LifeZette and is used with permission.
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