President Trump Donald John TrumpTrump says that Warren should focus "on his legacy" rather than investigate his Trump affairs: the people who say that Wall made no difference in El Paso are "full of shit" GOP promotes Trump line mirroring Hillary The slogan of the 2016 Clinton campaign MORE on Tuesday called the representative Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.) At the resignation for comments on Israel that have been criticized as anti-Semitic.
"I think he should resign from Congress or she should resign from the House Foreign Affairs Committee," Trump said of the new legislator.
Omar apologized on Monday for suggesting that US support for a Jewish state is the result of money flowing from the Eme Rican Israel Public Affairs Committee, an influential pro-Israel pressure group.
Comments were quickly condemned by Speaker Nancy Pelosi Nancy Patricia D & # 39; Alesandro PelosiScolastic to avoid a Feehery closure: Lessons learned by John Dingell Left Flexes muscles in the immigration talks MORE  (D-Calif.) And other democratic leaders.
The president said that Omar's comments are "deep seeds in his heart" and they called them "lame" excuses.
Trump was equally critical of Omar on Monday night, but had stopped calling the deputy to resign.
"I think she should be ashamed of herself," Trump told reporters aboard the Air Force One.
When asked what the appropriate answer would be for Omar, Trump said, "You know what to say."
Omar urged criticism from members of both major parties on Sunday evening when he reiterated the response of journalist Glenn Greenwald to a story about minority leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) Who promises "action" against the deputy of Minnesota and representative Rashida Tlaib (D-Mich.) on their alleged anti-Semitism.
He subtitled that retweet with the message "It's about Benjamins baby," referring to money.
When asked who "thinks he's paying American politicians to be pro-Israel," Omar replied "AIPAC!" reference to the pro-Israeli pressure group
The comments were quickly condemned by President Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) and other democratic leaders, who called it "profoundly offensive" the use of anti-Semitic tropics.
Republican legislators had seized the tweets of Omar, with McCarthy and others pushing the Democrats to speak against the new legislator.
Updated at 12:39 pm