Rep. Ilhan Omar greeted with chants of 'welcome home'

Lead Phil Mattingly Live Jake Tapper _00030204

Lead Phil Mattingly Live Jake Tapper _00030204

Indeed, Trump's "go back" tweets have dominated the discourse all week, culminating in a Wednesday-night rally in which the crowd spontaneously chanted "Send her back!" during one of several times Trump mentioned Representative Ilhan Omar, the only one of his "go back" targets who emigrated to America.

Luqman said that while she understands that Pelosi may be hesitant to back Trump's impeachment based on numbers or political strategy, the speaker should look at the call for impeachment in terms of "right and wrong".

When asked by reporters on Thursday about the chant, Trump said he tried to shut it down, but Meyers was prepared with a clip showing Trump just standing there, looking around the arena.

And when the crowd at his rally shouted "send her back" it wasn't until Thursday morning that he said they went too far. But after Republicans such as his daughter and House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy expressed concern about the message sent by the chant, Trump retroactively revised his own response.

"I can't imagine that any committee is going to mark up or take seriously any pro-BDS resolution", said Rep. Brad Sherman. I disagreed with it.

"He's threatened because we are inspiring people to dream about a country that recognizes their dignity and humanity", Omar told reporters at the airport after she landed according to CNN. His comments do not protect the concept of USA citizenship.

"I took an oath to uphold the constitution".

"Trump is spreading xenophobic lies about me because he's threatened by the policies that I'm fighting for in Congress everyday with your support".

Captain Chris Sutton says four people were removed from the event by police for disruptive behavior, including one from the seating area while the president was speaking. "That's not nice, even for me".

"She would say only that she had corrected the 2014 and 2015 tax filings and would not divulge anything about why she had filed taxes with a man she was not married to when she was separated but still married to someone else. It has to do with respecting and loving the country that is giving you the opportunities that you have". "That's not how you stop a chant", he said.

That view is not limited to Trump or the ardent fans at his rallies. But again I didn't say that.

"This land is your land, This land is my land, This land was made for you and me, " Ocasio-Cortez wrote, adding the hashtag, "#IStandWithIlhan".

"That it is racist to effectively tweet that a congresswoman from Minnesota should go back to Africa should be something we can all agree on".