President Trump tells the American-hating congresswomen that they can leave America

by Leah Rosenberg

America is a free, democratic country. No one is forced to live there. So if the American-hating congresswomen do not like the country, they can leave.

American-Hating Congresswomen

Meet the American-hating congresswomen. Unfortunately, there are quite a few: Ilhan Omar, Rashida Tlaib, and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. But the funny thing is, they chose to live here. Ilhan Omar is even a Somalian refugee. Does she really want to go back to Somalia? Even though Somalia is not a free country like America, she still criticizes America. She criticizes democracy, Western values, and everything America stands for. This group of women actually despise America and the presidency. They despise America’s allies.

So, if they hate the country so much, why are they still here? Why did they choose to represent a country that they are not proud of? And why would any American WANT them representing a country they loathe?

Trump’s Comments

President Trump says what is on his mind. Everyone knows that. So yes, he did very kindly request that if they are so against the USA, then they can leave. Of course, the United States is not a perfect country. But that does not mean it is not one of the most democratic and free countries in the world. That does not mean it deserves to be detested by its own congresswomen.

The president said, “Well, they’re very unhappy. I’m watching them, all they do is complain. So, all I’m saying, is if they want to leave, they can leave.” Another point Trump brought up is the fact that Ilhan Omar talks about Al-Qaeda in such a way that belittles terrorism. It belittles the fact that many Americans were killed by this terror group. But she speaks about terrorism casually. She does not condemn them. The American-hating congresswomen do not love America. What are they doing here then?

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