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I think he's a racist on the language using race come on of course the presence not racist do you find the president's tweets racist and what do you make a white nationalist phrase yeah I I I think the president I don't find them racist Republican lawmakers and cabinet members were forced to confront comments by president Donald Trump widely condemned as racist and soon some of them may be forced to vote house Democrats are readying a resolution in Congress condemning trumps quote racist remarks Majority Leader Steny Hoyer said the motion could come to the floor as soon as Tuesday in a tweet over the weekend the president said that for democratic representatives who are black Hispanic or Muslim go back to the countries they came from the women targeted were she to to leave born in Detroit hi Anna Presley born in Chicago new York's Alexandria %HESITATION because you Cortez born in the same city as trump until Hon Omar was born in Somalia and fled to the US is a teenager with her family all four are US citizens politically progressive fiercely critical of trump's hardline stance on immigration and members of an informal group of first time representatives cloak we refer to as the squad our squad includes any person committed to building a more equitable in just the world he's launching a plane leave racist attack on four duly elected members of the United States of house of representatives he does not know how to defend his policies so what he does is attack us personally trump stood by the remarks on Monday does it concern you that many people saw that tweet is racism and that of white nationalist groups are finding common cause with you on that it doesn't concern me because many people agree with me a draft of the democratic resolution seen by Reuters late on Monday quote strongly condemns president Donald trump's racist comments that have legitimized an increased fear and hatred of new Americans and people of color and it could put Republicans in Congress in an awkward position for , from them either to vote against their party's leader or defend his statements some rank and file Republicans condemned the remarks the tweets are are racist and xenophobic period in the store and also not accurate but others are more reserved in their criticism language that can be inflammatory should do you plan to vote on the resolution to the resolution is but I'm generally not that support of a special resolution going after another branch of Republican minority leader Kevin McCarthy said he disagreed with trump's comments but that the democratic resolution condemning them was merely playing politics