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Zubair Yaqoob
Zubair Yaqoob
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US President Donald Trump renewed his attack Sunday on four members of the Democratic Congress women who were attacked by xenophobic tweets last week, demanding that they apologize ‘for the hatred of hatred.’

“I do not believe that four  Congress women are trying to love our country. They need to apologize to the Americans (and Israel) on the issue of hatred they say. They’re destroying the Democratic Party, but the weak and uncertain individuals can not destroy our great nation! “Tweeted Trump.

The members of the Democrats are Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Rashida Tlaib, Ilhan Omar and Ayanna Pressley.

The comment was made a week after Trump triggered outrage when attacking the leftist policy maker with tweet series, saying they needed to ‘go home’ to their home country.

The group, three of whom were born in the US, were Hispanic, Arab, Somali and African-American descent.

In a contradictory act, Trump was criticized by the Democrat-led Representative Council on Tuesday for “racist commentary” on members of the women’s Congress, known as ‘Squad.’

Several Democratic presidential candidates intending to challenge Trump and a handful of Republicans have urged US President to lower his rhetoric tone.

But Trump made it clear, though risking sparking racial tensions and extending partisan disunity, he believed his winning strategy was achieved.

Read also: Biden: Trump imitates late Alabama governor who championed racial discrimination

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