REPORT: Omar’s recent comments about America seem to conflict with resolution condemning Trump

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The Democrat-controlled House affirmed the resolution claiming that Trump made “racist comments” about four far-left Democratic congresswomen,  including Omar, known for their controversial remarks about the U.S.

The text of the resolution states that the House of Representatives “believes that immigrants and their descendants have made America stronger, and that those who take the oath of citizenship are every bit as American as those whose families have lived in the United States for many generations.”

The article goes on to state the following:

Yet on Saturday, Omar mocked the very idea of “America the Great” and said she is “ashamed” of the U.S. “continuing to live in its hypocrisy.”

“There is something that I get criticized for all the time—it’s not what you think—so don’t, like, don’t gasp,” Omar said at the Netroots Nation event. “It is that I am anti-American because I criticize the United States.

“And because I am ashamed of it continuing to live in its hypocrisy that I work so hard to make sure that others who’ve had that, like, why, just be American,” she said. “Why don’t you be more like an American, can just continue to say that. Why can’t you be more like an American? It used to be a very positive thing.

“We export American exceptionalism,” Omar continued. “The Great America. The land of liberty and justice. That is, you know, you ask anybody in, walking on the side of the street somewhere in the middle of the world, they will tell you America the Great.”

“But we don’t live those values here,” Omar stated.

“I believe, as an alien, I probably love this country more than anyone that is naturally born,” Omar also said.

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