Schlapp's comments follow the president's shifting response to the backlash that erupted after thousands of rally goers at his Greenville, North Carolina, rally chanted "send her back" about Omar last week.
With his "go back" demands and his followers' chants of "send her back," Trump is signaling that a refugee from Somalia - or even an African American from Cincinnati, a Palestinian American from Detroit or a Latino American from the Bronx - is an alien, an outsider, someone who is not welcome in a country that, as he previously said, is already "full." Sen.
Trump's message is the latest in a war of words with Democratic socialist Reps.
The Democratic-led House of Representatives passed a resolution on Tuesday that said the House "strongly condemns President Donald Trump's racist comments". Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of New York, Ayanna Pressley of Massachusetts, Rashida Tlaib of MI and Ilhan Omar of Minnesota as unpatriotic, pointing out that he works with the first three in his capacity as House Oversight Committee chairman and has interacted with Omar "a lot".
In a tweet Sunday, the President said he doesn't believe "the four congresswomen are capable of loving our country".
Priyanka Chopra is all-smiles celebrating her birthday in Miami
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Carson said that several of Trump's policies have helped black and Hispanic unemployment levels reach an all-time low.
"I would say in general the whole, 'America: love it or leave it" is not a new sentiment, ' Johnson, who was born in 1955, told CNN's Dana Bash Sunday morning. "The president made it clear that he wasn't happy with the chant", the Trump campaign aide said.
Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson weighs in on President Trump's feud with the 'squad'. "Not when I'm president", Trump said.
"I've never in my total of 37 years in public service ever heard a constituent say that they were scared of their leader", he said. "They should apologize to America (and Israel) for the awful (hateful) things they have said", Trump wrote on Twitter.
"Look at the fact that he has engaged so much in second chance for people, you know things other people have talked about but he has done", Carson said. But in recent decades, we had been making real strides toward becoming a more inclusive society.
"I fundamentally disagree with the view that if you criticise somebody, and they happen to be a different colour skin, that that makes it racial criticism", Miller told Fox News Sunday. On Thursday he told NBC News that "we in America can not afford that".
Tarkanian and Watkins, both longtime Republicans, took opposite sides of the debate about Trump's attacks on the congresswomen.
This "squad" of congresswomen have diverse opinions on Israel: Tlaib, a Palestinian-American, wants a binational state which will include Arabs and Jews.