Why Trump told minority congresswomen to ‘go back’ to their countries

Why Trump told minority congresswomen to ‘go back’ to their countries
Why Trump told minority congresswomen to ‘go back’ to their countries
Does it concern you that many people saw that tweet is racist and that white nationalist groups are finding common cause with you on that point, and Spectrum grabbed headlines for attacking for freshman lawmakers known as the squad for their criticism of his policies and his worldview, but Primarily to take advantage of what he saw as a rip in the Democratic Party Omar from Minnesota, and if one half of the things they’re saying about her or true, she shouldn’t even be an office, but Cortez should treat Nancy Pelosi with risp. She should not be doing what she’s doing and I’ll tell you something about Nancy Pelosi that you know better than I do. She is not a racist okay. She is not erasing for them to call her. A racist is a disgrace one on the left criticizing these Congress. Women did, he told them to go back to where they came from. One of the big problems with three of the four were born in the United States. One of the ways Heroes into the political climate and atmosphere was by suggesting that President Barack Obama, who is born in the United States shouldn’t go back to Africa. The reason the president continues to take this approach is because it is effective with his face. When we look at some of the data that came out of the 2016 election, we know that people who supported Trump had significant cultural anxiety about the changing climate of what it meant to be an American Herring most and maybe even only about his base. For earlier this year, we saw him in an interview say that he may not even have to worry about swing voters, because his face is so strong at all. He has to do is focus on Tyrese and culture. Wars is remind the people who backed him that he is with them. He has for them and that if they come back to him in 2020, he will continue the world you and I’m gender that they originally got behind. 2016.
The Fix’s Eugene Scott analyzes how President Trump’s recent tweets telling nonwhite congresswomen to return to the countries they came from play right into his 2020 reelection strategy. Read more: https://wapo.st/30FpB5f. Subscribe to The Washington Post on YouTube: https://wapo.st/2QOdcqK

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