Ilhan Omar

"Purple reigns in Minnesota today and every day because of him,” said Sen. Amy Klobuchar in a statement.
“We are seeing a rise in Islamophobia in nearly every corner of the globe," the Democratic representative said.
At least he "went the entire summer without falling down the stairs once," boasted "Biden."
The Arlington County Republican Committee's tweet disparaging two women of color drew immediate backlash. Unfazed, the group piled on with another attack.
Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) is proposing ambitious new legislation that would give $1,200 per month to most American adults as a way to combat poverty and to improve health.
Omar’s bill would fund guaranteed income pilots in hundreds of communities, then launch a national program to send $1,200 monthly to people making up to $75,000 a year.
House Democrats endorsed conservative talking points about Omar last week. Now the GOP wants to force a vote on rebuking the congresswoman.
After 12 House Democrats slammed their colleague on Wednesday, top House Republican Kevin McCarthy seized an opportunity to divide his opponents.
The South Carolina senator said that America isn't a racist country because it has had a Black president and vice president.
The congresswoman who represents Minneapolis told CNN about the emotions that have resurfaced during the trial of the former officer who killed George Floyd.