“What is Twitter doing to combat this misinformation?” the congresswoman responded.
The Minnesota congresswoman thinks it's just a matter of time, despite polling showing 6 out of 10 Americans don't think the president should be impeached.
Nicholas Haros Jr., who lost his mother at the World Trade Center, attacked the congresswoman over past remarks that were widely taken out of context.
The Minnesota representative was seen jamming with other elected officials at an event during Congressional Black Caucus week in Washington, D.C.
The Fox News host also aired concerns she may be fired if she does anything else wrong.
The Minnesota representative has repeatedly faced racist, sexist and Islamophobic attacks and scrutiny regarding her personal life.
The lawmaker fired back with a blistering response on Twitter.
The Vermont senator and 2020 presidential candidate said, "I am a proud Jewish person and I have no concerns about voting Democratic."
The president told reporters that Democratic Jewish Americans show "great disloyalty," despite 79% of them voting Democrat in the 2018 midterms.
“I call on all of you to go. The occupation is real. Barring members of Congress from seeing it does not make it go away,” Rep. Omar said.
He said the only winner in the congresswoman's battle with the Israeli government is her grandmother who "doesn’t have to see her now!"
For women of color running for office, the president's insults against Ilhan Omar, Rashida Tlaib and others only motivate them more.
Israel initially would not allow her and Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.) entry, but later reversed its decision for Tlaib, who intended to visit her grandmother.
The Democratic congresswoman from Michigan wrote a letter requesting entry to see her elderly grandmother.
The Democratic presidential candidate said Israel's decision to ban Reps. Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib from entry is "clearly an outrage."
The newspaper's editorial board called Israel's decision to bar Reps. Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib from entry "a disgrace to both countries."
"...Abnormal is kind of now normal," Cooper said.
The leader of America's largest Jewish denomination is calling on Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to reverse the ban on the two congresswomen.