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Since President Donald Trump tweeted a video about Omar, she's faced "a sharp increase in direct threats" to her life, according to her office.
“This is no time for business as usual,” said one rabbi who was among those arrested Wednesday.
“We vote too," one woman yelled. "We’ll remember you. You’re fired.”
Police have beefed up security at the senator's residence in Newark, New Jersey.
A D.C. judge tossed out the conviction of a woman arrested after laughing during Sessions' Senate confirmation hearing.
“I feel like I have very good aim,” said one House Republican.
Desiree Fairooz’s "brief reflective burst of noise, be it laughter or an audible gasp, clearly cannot sustain a conviction," her lawyer writes.