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By Allan Smith
The Freshman Democratic Rep. Ilhan Omar of Minnesota ̵
Omar, a BDS – Boycott , Divestment and Sanktions – a movement that seeks to put economic and political pressure on Israel in its treatment of Palestinians, whose money is driving US politicians to defend Israel.
He ended tweet AIPAC – The American Israeli Public Affairs Committee – pays politicians to support Israel.
Omar, a refugee in Somalia, was burned by their Democrats. 19659010] For almost two weeks, Rep. @IlhanMN met me to discuss why anti-Semitic troops like this hurt many Americans. There is no absolute place for rhetorical in Congress – or anywhere. https://t.co/0arhEAVyXO
– Rep Josh Gottheimer (@RepJoshG) February 11, 2019
AIPAC, a non-profit who donates directly to candidates but works to promote a strong pro The message of Israel in Washington, DC responded to Omar, who tweeted that "we are proud of our sharing in the democratic process to strengthen the US-Israel relationship."
"The efforts of both parties are believed to be American values and interests," continued the group's tweet. "We can not be prevented by any means by less-known and illegitimate attacks on this important work."
Chelsea Clinton, the daughter of former President Bill Clinton and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, tweeted that he would reach Omar's office on Monday to discuss "anti-Semitic tropes. " Omar tweeted that he would be happy to chat with Clinton.
Omar, a member of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, originally responded to his the earliest tweet critique from House Minority leader Kevin McCarthy with his initial comments about Israel. McCarthy and other Republicans called on the leadership of the Democratic "act" about Omar and fellow Democratic Rep. Rashida Tlaib of Michigan, another elected Muslim woman, for their criticism of Israel. McCarthy compared this to Republicans who took action on racist assertions made by the Republican Rep. Steve King of Iowa.
In speaking of CNN's "New Day", Democratic Rep. And Kildee of Michigan has not looked at tweets as anti-Semitic
"We should be careful not to consider anything other than worrying about the fact that money has a bad influence on making a decision in politics, "he said.