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Trump THANKS AOC for increasing top hat approval rate for "malicious young socialist Congress women"


Trump THANKS Ocasio-Cortez for increasing the approval rate to 50 percent in his favorite poll when he typed "malicious young socialist Congress women" and said: "America will never buy your deed!"

  • President Donald Trump attributed an increase in his approval rating to the "squad" of four progressive Congress women
  • The President of Rasmussen Reports daily poll found that Trump achieved 50 percent approval on Wednesday, up 4 percent from Monday
  • “Thanks to the vicious young socialist congress women. America will never buy your deed! & # 39; Trump tweeted Wednesday about the rating
  • Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Ilhan Omar, Rashida Tlaib and Ayanna Pressley have been in a more obvious word war with the President recently
  • At the weekend, Trump tweeted that the four minority women should return to their home countries and fix problems before they could work in American politics
  • Of the four, only Omar was born outside the United States – she is a Somali-American immigrant who became a citizen at the age of 17
  • They held a press conference on Monday to condemn the president's comments and demand his impeachment
  • Trump saw an increase in approval after the press conference

Donald Trump attributed his rise in approval ratings on Wednesday to the recent controversy with Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and the rest of the freshman group of Congress women.

The President's daily approval rate in the Rasmussen Reports survey on Wednesday was 50 percent in favor of him and has risen steadily in recent days.

"New poll: The Rasmussen poll, one of the most accurate in predicting the 2016 election, has just announced that Trump's numbers have recently risen four points to 50%," Trump wrote on Twitter.

Before the weekend, Trump's approval rating was 46 percent, and on Tuesday, the day after Ocasio-Cortez, Ilhan Omar, Rashida Tlaib, and Ayanna Pressley held a press conference condemning the President's words, the rating rose to 48 percent.

President Donald Trump thanked Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez – and three other progressive Congress women – for increasing his approval rating

In a survey by Rasmussen Reports on Wednesday, Trump had 50 percent approval, an increase of four percent compared to Monday

In a survey by Rasmussen Reports on Wednesday, Trump had 50 percent approval, an increase of four percent compared to Monday

On Monday, Congressmen Ayanna Pressley, Ilhan Omar, Ocasio-Cortez and Rashida Tlaib (left to right) held a press conference calling for Trump's impeachment

On Monday, Congressmen Ayanna Pressley, Ilhan Omar, Ocasio-Cortez and Rashida Tlaib (left to right) held a press conference calling for Trump's impeachment

He thanked the group of four progressive Congress women for jumping from 46 percent to 50 percent in just a few days.

“Thanks to the vicious young socialist congress women. America will never buy your deed! # MAGA2020 & # 39; Trump continued in his tweet.

The president said the four left-wing legislators had become the face of the Democratic Party, even if the Democrats didn't want to.

Trump and the "force" have been in a war of words since the weekend when the president posted a thread with tweets asking minority legislators to return to their countries of origin and fix the problems there before dealing deal with the American government.

"Why don't they go back and help fix the totally broken and crime-ridden places they came from," Trump suggested Sunday from Ocasio-Cortez, Omar, Tlaib and Pressley. "Then come back and show us how to do it."

The president said it was confusing to him why the "progressive democratic congressional women" tried to rule in the United States when they "came from countries whose governments are a complete and total disaster, the worst, most corrupt and most incapable of all World".

At the weekend, Trump asked minority congressional women to go back and determine where they came from before trying to get involved in American politics

At the weekend, Trump asked minority congressional women to go back and determine where they came from before trying to get involved in American politics

Of the four congressional women in the "squad", only Omar was born outside the United States. When she was a child, she and her family fled from Somalia to America. She became a citizen when she was 17

Of the four congressional women in the "squad", only Omar was born outside the United States. When she was a child, she and her family fled from Somalia to America. She became a citizen when she was 17

Of the four congressional women, only Omar was born in a country other than the United States. Ocasio-Cortez is Puerto Rican, Tlaib's parents are Palestinians and Pressley is African-American.

Omar was born in Somalia and fled the country with her family to America as a small child.

The four held a press conference on Monday condemning Trump's comments and demanding his impeachment. They said that his language was that of a white supremacist and that he promoted white nationalism.

During the conference, Trump posted on Twitter that people who dislike America are free to leave the country. He said he really believes the four freshmen hate the United States.

Ocasio-Cortez, Omar, Tlaib and Pressley were also at odds with democratic leadership and less progressive within the party.

Earlier this month, they were the only four lawmakers in the house to vote against a $ 4.6 billion Republican border law that backed house spokeswoman Nancy Pelosi and helped get through the chamber.

They claimed that the passage of the law on the border was on Trump's agenda, despite the fact that much of the spending on improving prison conditions was allocated to migrants.

The four women were elected during the 2018 half-time and began serving in the house in January 2019.

Ocasio-Cortez represents New York, Omar represents Minnesota, Tlaib in Michigan, and Pressley is a Massachusetts congressman.

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