Trump claims kickback over & # 39; anti-Semite & # 39; Ilhan Omar will help him win Minnesota in 2020

Trump claims kickback over & # 39; America that hates anti-Semite & # 39; Ilhan Omar will help him win Minnesota in 2020 despite the fact that Democrats have been holding state elections in EVERY election since 1972

  • Republicans have lost Minnesota in every presidential election since 1972
  • Clinton beat Trump with just 1.5 points, the narrowest point since 1984
  • President now claims that he will win the blue state in 2020 because of Ilham Omar
  • Omar has promised his & # 39; nightmare & # 39; and called him less than a human
  • She has fought repeated anti-Semitism accusation driven by her own statements
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Donald Trump predicted Tuesday that because of his feud with Demorcatic Rep. Ilhan Omar will transport Minnesota in 2020 – a state that no Republican presidential candidate has carried since Richard Nixon in 1972.

Omar has been crossing the swords with the president since early after her sworn in January, calling him sub-human at some point as she defended herself against allegations of anti-Semitism. Last week, she said she would remain a nightmare for this president.

The legislator has claimed that Israel & # 39; the world has hypnotized & # 39; that Jewish Americans have secret loyalty to Israel and that pro-Israeli lawmakers take their position & # 39; for the Benjaminites – meaning in exchange for money.

& # 39; In 2016 I almost won Minnesota. In 2020, because America is anti-Semitic Rep. Omar hates, and the fact that Minnesota has its best economic year ever, I will win the state! & # 39; the president said in a tweet on Tuesday.

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& # 39; & # 39; We're going to be a nightmare for the president & # 39 ;, she says. No, AOC Plus 3 is a nightmare for America! & # 39;

President Donald Trump predicted Tuesday that he would win Minnesota, a traditional blue state, in 2020

President Donald Trump predicted Tuesday that he would win Minnesota, a traditional blue state, in 2020

The surprising prediction of the president, he said, is informed by his feud with Ilhan Omar (center), a legislator from Minnesota who crosses the swords with him

The surprising prediction of the president, he said, is informed by his feud with Ilhan Omar (center), a legislator from Minnesota who crosses the swords with him

The surprising prediction of the president, he said, is informed by his feud with Ilhan Omar (center), a legislator from Minnesota who crosses the swords with him

& # 39; AOC & # 39; is a reference to Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Omar's colleague first-year left congresswoman. The & # 39; plus 3 & # 39; are Omar, Rashida Tlaib and Ayanna Pressley.

Trump & # 39; s 1.5 percentage point Minnesota lost margin in 2016 was the narrowest finish since 1984, when native Minnesotaotan Walter Mondale beat Ronald Reagan with 0.18 points. It was the only state that Mondale won that year.

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It is hard to determine if Minnesota is in the game because Trump is looking for re-election next year.

Omar & # 39; s native country of Somalia is 99.8 percent Muslims, a fact that led the democrats to conclude that Trump & # 39; s hostility toward her is based on her religion or her African-American ethnicity.

The president claimed Monday that & # 39; there is no racial tension & # 39; as a result of his clashes with the four legislators, known in Washington as & # 39; the team & # 39 ;.

Ocasio-Cortez is the child of Puerto-Ricans. Pressley is African-American. Tlaib is descended from the Palestinians.

Trump has insisted that his record should be seen through the lens of policy performance, including record low unemployment among Hispanics and African-Americans.

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Black unemployment was 6 percent in July.

& # 39; We have fantastic relationships with the African-American community and I think you will see that. You will certainly see that in 2020 & # 39 ;, he said Monday.

Trump has tried to position the team as leaders of thoughts within the Democratic Party, hoping that by managing the more moderate leaders of the party to defend them, he can redefine them all in time as far-left progressives for his re-election.

The team is & # 39; really bad for our country. They must hate our country, & he said Monday.

& # 39; I think they are very bad for our country. I think they are very bad for the Democratic party. I think you see that. And they pull the Democrats all the way to the left. Nobody knows how to handle it. & # 39;

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"We have to hold the presidency, I would easily think, if you have the strongest economy in our country's history and someone is going to fight that particular president, even though I am in this case," Trump said.

"In theory I have a big advantage, I don't know. I'll have to ask you. But in theory I have a big advantage, so many great things are happening, & he said.

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