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Trump urges Omar to resign over remarks condemned as anti-Semitic

President Trump Donald John TrumpTrump says Warren should focus "more on his legacy" than investigating his business. Trump: People who say that wall has not made a difference in El Paso are "full of shit". GOP promotes Trump Mirror Hillary Clinton 2016 campaign slogan MER on Tuesday called Rep. Ilhan Omar Ilhan OmarTrump-blasts Omar: "I don't think her excuse was satisfactory" House Dems will not remove Omar from its committee duties: report Change of demography has led Dems to merge economic, racial equality messages, says bollard MORE (D-Minn.) To resign for comments to Israel who were criticized as anti-Semitic.

"I think she should either resign from Congress or she should really resign from Parliament's Foreign Affairs Committee," Trump said of freshman lawmaker.

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The President said that Omar's comments are "deep seed in her heart" and called her excuse "lame".

Similarly, Trump was critical of Omar on Monday night but had stopped calling the Congress woman to go down.

"I think she should be ashamed of herself," Trump told reporters aboard the Air Force One.

Omar asked what an appropriate answer would be for Omar, Trump said, "She knows what to say."

Omar criticized members of both major parties on Sunday night when she retired journalist Glenn Greenwald's response to a story of Church minority leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) Promising action against the Minnesota Legislature and Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-Mich.) Over his alleged anti-Semitism.

She described it as retweeting the message, "It's about Benjamin's baby," refers to money.

Asked who she "believes pay American politicians to be pro-Israel" replied Omar "AIPAC!" refers to the pro-Israel lobby group.

The comments were quickly condemned by speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) And other democratic leaders, who called her use of anti-Semitic troops "deep offensive".

Republican lawmakers intervened on Omar's tweets, with McCarthy and others calling on the Democrats to speak to the legislature of the news power.

Updated at 12:39

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