This is xenophobic. Of all the tweets, this is the worst one yet.— Rep. Debbie Dingell (@RepDebDingell) July 14, 2019
We should call this what it is: hate.
We can never forget it’s our diversity that makes us strong. There is no place for this kind of talk in our country. https://t.co/CF2YjXAHRS
Telling a group of American women of color to go back to their country is fundamentally un-American.— Rep. Elissa Slotkin (@RepSlotkin) July 14, 2019
That the President of the United States is making such comments toward sitting members of Congress is racist and hateful. https://t.co/ZWCwtJHLpt
We should all be very concerned by tweets in this thread. Divisive rhetoric will NEVER “Make America Great Again” 🤨 https://t.co/QPmcKb4ICg— Brenda Lawrence (@RepLawrence) July 14, 2019
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