Published: Fri, January 04, 2019
Global Media | By Garry Long

New Democratic congresswoman Rashida Tlaib makes profane vow about Trump

New Democratic congresswoman Rashida Tlaib makes profane vow about Trump

"Today, we return to that same airport on the eve of my swearing in as the first Somali-American in Congresss".

The pair also dismiss the idea of waiting for Robert Mueller to finish his investigation before beginning impeachment proceedings, and say it would be a betrayal of the American people to wait until the 2020 election to unseat him.

"I like that", the Democrat told CNN. Things will settle down. "Maybe it won't, but it's much too early". Yet amid the various controversies surrounding his administration and the recent stock market dive, Trump on Friday was armed with a major dose of positive news when the Labor Department said employers added a stunning 312,000 jobs in December, blowing past expectations.

Rashida Tlaib used profanity on Capitol Hill just hours after being sworn in as a freshman representative, promising her constituents that she'd lead the effort to impeach the "mother f***er".

"It's important to me because a lot of Americans have this kind of feeling that Islam is somehow foreign to American history", Ms. Tlaib, 42, said in an article in the Detroit Free Press.

The op-ed was called, "Now is the time to begin impeachment proceedings against President Trump".

Some of her new Democratic colleagues played down Tlaib's comments Friday morning.

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The same year though, the pair met for dinner amid reports Mr Trump was mulling appointing Mr Romney as his secretary of state. The 2012 nominee said a uniting president is more needed than ever, and suggested that Trump falls short.

President Donald Trump is a direct and serious threat to our country. "His conduct has created a constitutional crisis that we must confront now".

Relaying a conversation she had with her son, she said to cheers: 'When your son looks at you and says, "Momma, look you won, bullies don't win", and I said, "Baby they don't", because we're gonna go in and impeach the motherf--'.

Ms Tlaib, a Detroit native whose family hails from a small Palestinian village in the West Bank, was sworn into the 116th Congress using Thomas Jefferson's copy of the Quran, translated into English in 1734.

"It's really a race as to which is going to happen first", Swalwell added. People are sick and exhausted of playing politics.

"They want the economy to grow. We just have to see how it comes", Pelosi said. They want to continue to see job creation skyrocket.

The 20-second clip circulating online picks up as Tlaib recalls her historic victory to the crowd.

"Both Sarsour and Tlaib regularly express support for Palestinian" nationalism and describe themselves as "democratic socialists", with the former campaigning for Sen.

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