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Biden: Trump is An Illegitimate President

Fired FBI Director James Comey came for Trump supporters on Thursday and smeared them with several disgusting insults.

Comey took to Twitter to respond to the feud between President Donald Trump and "The Squad," which is comprised of Democratic Reps. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Ilhan Omar, Rashida Tlaib, and Ayanna Pressley.


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But things kicked up a notch on Wednesday night when Trump held a rally in North Carolina and the crowd chanted "send her back," referring to Omar.

The chant referred back to Trump’s initial tweet on Sunday, where he questioned why unnamed “Democrat Congresswomen” don’t “go back and help fix the totally broken and crime infested places from which they came, then come back and show us how it is done.” 

Comey responded on Twitter by saying it’s time to send Trump’s “mob back to their dark corner.” 

rnWe have long had ugly margins in this country, but we are a fundamentally decent people, with shared values. We treasure our identity as a nation of immigrants. With our voices and our 2020 votes, we must send Donald Trump and his mob back to their dark corner.

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Comey is currently under investigation by Trump’s Justice Department for his role in Spygate and promoting Hillary Clinton’s fraudulent dossier, which may explain why he is obviously so desperate to attack the president.

Beyond that, Democrats and their allies in the media were quick to attack Trump for his comments, but have been completely silent on many of Omar’s anti-Trump, anti-American, and anti-Semitic comments. 

Here's what Trump said Wednesday night:

rn“Representative Omar blamed the United States for the terrorist attacks on our country, saying terrorism is a reaction to our involvement in other peoples’ affairs. She smeared U.S. servicemembers involved in ‘Black Hawk Down’ — in other words, she slandered the brave Americans who were trying to keep peace in Somalia.” 

There's nothing wrong about that given those are things Omar has actually said.

rnTrump then recalled how Omar “minimized the Sept. 11 attacks on our homeland, saying ‘some people did something.’” 

rn“I don’t think so. ‘Some people did something?’ Yeah, some people did something, alright. She pleaded for compassion for ISIS recruits attempting to join the terrorist organization,” he went on, also noting that the Muslim congresswoman who came to the U.S. as a Somali refugee when she was a child, recently could not say whether she supported Al Qaeda.

Again, everything Trump is said is factually supported. Omar actually made those disgusting comments.

Trump did not respond to the crowd as the chants of “send her back” began, but he told reporters at the White House on Thursday that he was “not happy” about it.rn

rn“I disagree with it,” he said, telling ABC News White House reporter Jonathan Karl that he “didn’t say that, they did.”

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Asked what message he had for his supporters who took part in the chanting, Trump described them as “people that love our country” and encouraged them to continue doing so. 

But then he flipped the script and said "The Squad" and other Democrats should change their tone.

“I think the congresswomen, by the way, should be more positive,” he said.

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