Ilhan Omar says Trump should resign to reduce coronovirus

Rape Ilhan Omar, D-Mine., President Trump reiterated his call to resign from office over new reporting he had publicly reduced the severity of coronovirus, telling journalist Bob Woodward in February Being that it was “fatal” and worse than the flu.

Omar, one of the members of the Fresher Squad, said that Trump’s “lies” cost American lives and require him to leave office.

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Omar tweeted, “Repeatedly Donald Trump downplayed the threat of COVID-19 – knowing how dangerous it was.” “About 200,000 people have paid the price of his lie for his life. If he refuses to resign, we will vote him.”

Omar cited a tweet from Trump in March in which the president described how the general flu had killed more people than coronoviruses and implied that the economy must keep going.

Trump then tweeted, “So last year 37,000 Americans died of the common flu.” “That’s between 27,000 and 70,000 on average per year. Nothing stops, life and economy go on. There are 546 confirmed cases of coronaviruses with 22 deaths at the moment. Think about it!”

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This week, excerpts from Woodward’s upcoming book were released showing that Trump had spoken seriously about the virus during his taped interview with a Washington Post journalist.

Rape Ilhan Omar, D-Mine., Speaks at a campaign rally in Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., Springfield, Saturday, Saturday, Feb. 29, 2020. (AP Photo / Susan Walsh))

“You just breathe in the air and that’s how it passed,” Trump called with Woodard on February 7. “And so it’s very difficult. He is very fragile. It is more deadly than your fatal flow. ”

“It’s deadly stuff,” the president repeated in the interview.

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Trump said on Thursday that he does not want to panic the country.

“I want to show a level of confidence and strength as a leader,” Trump told reporters on Thursday. “There was no lie here, what we are doing here and we are proceeding appropriately.”

“I don’t want to jump up and down and shout ‘death, death'” he said. “I have to lead a country.”

Omar called Trump to resign for the first time in November 2019, during an investigation into the House impeachment of Trump’s efforts, in which Ukraine intervened in the presidential election by launching an investigation into Joe and Hunter Biden. The Senate voted in February to acquit Trump on two articles of impeachment.

Omar tweeted in November, “The US President broke our laws and betrayed our country.” “They need to resign.”

Trump repeatedly ridiculed Omar and called for his resignation in March 2019 for comments he had banned as adversaries. Omar apologized for his tweets when he suggested that politicians’ support for Israel was motivated by money.

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“Anti-Semitism has no place in the United States Congress,” Trump told reporters at the time.

“I think he should either resign from the Congress or he should resign from the Foreign Affairs Committee.”

Omar replied that he had learned from his words and called Trump to do so.

Omar said, “You have hated Jews, Muslims, Swadeshi, migrants, black people and many more all your life.” “I have learned from those affected by my words. When will you?”

Fox News’ Andrew O’Reilly contributed to this report.