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Cisneros did not have a great answer and decided to run away instead:
Democrat representatives Ilhan Omar of Minnesota and Rashida Tlaib of Michigan have recently been in hot water over tweets and comments they have made that many have felt are anti-semitic coole spiele die man nicht downloaden muss.
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Business Insider has also been covering the ongoing fight for the narrative in regards to Representative Omar’s comments:
“Omar supports the movement to boycott Israel and has been critical of the Israeli occupation of the West Bank download whatsapp voor ipad. She has also been vocal in her opposition to the American Israel Public Affairs Committee, an influential Washington lobby group that nearly always aligns with the Israeli government klingelton miss marple downloaden.
A host of Omar’s Democratic colleagues have been critical of her comments about Israel.
Last week, after conservatives attacked Omar for a remark about the perpetrators of 9/11 that they argued trivialized the attack, Trump tweeted out a video juxtaposing footage of Omar with images of the World Trade Center’s twin towers collapsing.”
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