Palestinian Women Celebrate Rashida Tlaib’s Swearing-In With Traditional Dress Photos

Palestinian Women Celebrate Rashida Tlaib’s Swearing-In With Traditional Dress Photos

She recalled a story wherein her son said: "Mamma look, you won".

Reminiscing further, Tlaib said she told her son: "You're right, they don't". Bullies don't win, ' " Tlaib told the crowd of supporters.

President Donald Trump is a direct and serious threat to our country.

Incoming U.S. congresswoman Rashida Tlaib, the representative for Michigan's 13 congressional district, will make history as the first Palestinian-American woman to serve in Congress.

Tlaib also penned an op-ed Thursday arguing that "the time for impeachment proceedings is now".

Much of the media has been excited about Tlaib and Ilhan Omar becoming the first Muslim women elected to Congress. Leftist activist Linda Sarsour attended Tlaib's swearing-in ceremony.

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Tlaib made the remarks Thursday night shortly after the House's late-night votes, at a reception for new members sponsored by MoveOn.

One conservative commentator called Tlaib "an idiot looking for attention" while another accused her of fueling political hatred, something that Democrats have blamed Republicans for.

She has not been as enthusiastic about the prospect of impeaching Trump as some of the more progressive members of her caucus, saying Democrats will let the Robert Mueller special counsel investigation play out. "You're witnessing history today".

In her op-ed, Tlaib wrote that "We already have overwhelming evidence that the president has committed impeachable offenses".

Rep. Nanci Pelosi (D-Calif.), who was re-elected as the speaker of the House on January 3, told reporters that she is not ruling out impeaching Trump. "This is what I want to bring to the United States Congress, an unapologetic display of the fabric of the people in this country". "We just have to see how it comes", Pelosi said. "They want them to come to Washington and actually work with the president to get something done", Sanders added. "Their biggest hope is that they want us to succeed, but they also don't want us to lose a part of who we are".

But not even Democrats are welcoming Tlaib's comments. Rep.

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