Trump Blasts Ilhan Omar over 9/11 Feedback: ‘We Will By no means Neglect’

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President Donald Trump let photos of the carnage of September 11, 2001, do the speaking for him Friday as he issued a Twitter rebuttal to a remark made by Democratic Rep. Ilhan Omar of Minnesota.

Final month, Omar was the featured speaker at a Council on American-Islamic Relations occasion in Los Angeles. Throughout her speech, she bemoaned the plight of Muslims in America.

“For a lot too lengthy we’ve lived with the discomfort of being a second-class citizen and, frankly, I’m bored with it, and each single Muslim on this nation needs to be bored with it,” she stated then, based on the Los Angeles Instances.

“CAIR was based after 9/11 as a result of they acknowledged that some folks did one thing and that each one of us have been beginning to lose entry to our civil liberties,” she stated.

Was President Donald Trump proper to tweet this video?

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Trump on Friday tweeted a video that centered upon the portion of the speech through which Omar stated “some folks did one thing,” utilizing that phase interlaced with footage from the Phrase Commerce Middle assault, from the second one aircraft circled one burning tower to hit the opposite, to the smoke-filled streets beneath the place bystanders fled for security as cops and firefighters headed into the wreckage.

The clip then reads, “September 11, 2001, We Keep in mind.”

Trump’s tweet bore solely 4 phrases. “WE WILL NEVER FORGET.”

Omar’s remark whereas speaking to CAIR hit America entrance and heart on Thursday, when the New York Put up used her phrases “some folks did one thing” as a part of its entrance web page.

New York Democratic Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.attacked Trump’s response.

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Others stated Omar was the one who was out of line.

In response, Omar tweeted a remark from President George W. Bush through which he referred to as terrorists “the folks.”

“’The folks — and the individuals who knocked these buildings down will hear all of us quickly!’ President George W. Bush. Was Bush downplaying the terrorist assault? What if he was a Muslim?” she wrote.

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