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Looking for hateful remarks? Remind readers of what the congresswomen have said.

Looking for hateful remarks? Remind readers of what the congresswomen have said.
Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., center, walks down the steps of the Capitol on July 16, 2019, in Washington D.C. after the House of Representatives, with a Democratic majority, passed a resolution along largely party lines with 235 Democrats and only four Republicans voting for the nonbinding resolution that "... condemns President Donald Trump's racist comments that have legitimized and increased fear and hatred of new Americans and people of color by saying that our fellow Americans who are immigrants, and those who may look to the President like immigrants, should "go back" to other countries, by referring to immigrants and asylum seekers as "invaders," and by saying that Members of Congress who are immigrants (or those of our colleagues who are wrongly assumed to be immigrants) do not belong in Congress or in the United States of America." (ANDREW CABALLERO-REYNOLDS / AFP/Getty Images)

The article, “House condemns President Trump" (July 17), mention that Rep. Ilhan Omar said American Jews have more loyalty to Israel than the U.S. and Rep. Rashida Tlaib’s diatribe about how the House should “impeach the m******f*****."

Why weren’t they condemned? Why didn’t the Associated Press reporters mention this in their article?

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Alan Blank

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