Rashida Tlaib says Trump is ‘scared’ of her and the ‘Squad’
Rashida Tlaib says Trump is ‘scared’ of her and the ‘Squad’

Rapida Rashida student, De Mick. He claimed that President Trump is “intimidated” by himself and his fellow “squad” members as a result of Israel’s canceled trip and the conflict with the president.

When interviewing The Guardian, published on Saturday, Tlaib said: “This is very clear to me, especially last week.” He fears women of color … because we are not afraid of him and we are not talking. Don’t be afraid and say we have a white supremacist in the White House who has an odious agenda. ”
“He is scared because we have a real agenda for the American people,” he said.

Since joining Congress in January, Trump has frequently retired from four progressive congressmen: students, Alexandria Okasio Cartes, DN, Yi, Alan Omar, D Min and Ayanna Pressley, D-Mass.

The most recent battle took place last week when Omar and his students, known for strong criticism of Israel, were unable to travel around the country. Later, Israel allowed the students to meet their Palestinian grandmother, but the students decided that they did not want to impose sanctions for promoting the boycott of Israel.

“He said he was dreaming of him,” the student said about his grandmother at a press conference. “I am your independent bird, so why should I go back and buckle into the cage?”
Trump suggested the moment was not genuine.


In his interview with the left-wing organization, Talib said that the basic ideas of the squad, such as Medicare for all, the Green New Deal and the highest taxes on the rich, are more popular with Trump’s policies in the United States.

He said: “She can, because we really have policies that come from people. What she is doing to the four of us is to try to divert people from the fact that More people live in poverty than ever before, because they have failed as President.