Omar blames President Trump and his allies for rise in violence against Muslims and Jews
Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) blamed President Trump and his administration for the surge in violence against Muslims and Jews and said Islamophobia and anti-Semitism are "two sides of the same coin of bigotry," Newsweek reported.
Her address: Speaking before a crowd of over 100 people at an event organized by Black Lives Matter on Tuesday, Omar ramped up her attacks on President Trump and his administration.
“The occupant of the White House...and his allies are doing everything that they can to distance themselves and misinform the public from the monsters that they created that is terrorizing the Jewish community and the Muslim community,” Omar said.
“Because when we talk about anti-Semitism, we must also talk about Islamophobia. It is two sides of the same coin of bigotry,” added Omar, who herself has been denounced for anti-Semitic rhetoric.
“This is not going to be the country of the xenophobics. This is not going to be the country of white people. This is not going to be the country of the few. This is going to be the country of the many.”
The city council voted unanimously to pay the ransom as a last resort to regain control of city computers, including their 911 system.
They plan on spending an additional $1 million to upgrade their system to avoid this issue in the future.
Samples from the mini bar, the shower, and the sink water, and toxicology tests of the victims being overseen by the FBI.
Two members of the crew were involved in a dispute, one of the two stabbed the victim sending him to the hospital.
No word on whether Anne Hathaway was on set at the time.
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John Heilemann was a guest on "Morning Joe" Wednesday as they discussed Trump's re-election rally the night before. After Joe Scarborough said, "This is Elvis in '77, just kind of lumbering across the stage, sweating," Heilemann added, "in Graceland, in front of like the six televisions, with a big, huge bottle of Quaaludes, and a bottle of vodka, and the shotgun."
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The suspect attempted to rush pass the checkpoint and was confronted by TSA officers.
During the scuffle several officers were injured, one seriously enough to be sent to the hospital.
The subject was booked on charges of criminal trespassing, resisting arrest misdemeanor assault, according to TSA and Phoenix police officials.
First responders found a "white powdery substance" on the ground near the wreck.
While no explosions or fire have been reported, smoke was seen rising from some of the damaged cars.
No explanation for the derailment has been released.