Repugnant Ilhan Omar Attacks Ivanka Trump’s ‘Family Together’ Coronavirus Tweet

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Repugnant Rep. Ilhan Omar drew a torrent of negative responses on social media Thursday after she reacted to a pro-family Twitter post by Ivanka Trump.

The president’s daughter’s post called for families to make the best of their time at home together during the coronavirus outbreak, suggesting they have a “living room camp out” along with sandwiches and other treats.

“A fun activity that also brings family together for a meal!” the 38-year-old Trump wrote. The post included a past photo of Trump with two of her and husband Jared Kushner’s three children.

Ivanka then invited her 8.1 million Twitter followers to share their own ideas using the hashtag #TogetherApart.

“It won’t mitigate the fear and pain,” Ivanka Trump wrote in another tweet, “but it may foster some joy. Let’s come together as a community and share ideas on how to entertain our children (and each other) and create some positive memories in an otherwise frightening moment.”

But Omar used the Trump post to make a political point about President Trump’s policies at the U.S.-Mexico border.

“Thinking of all the families separated forcefully by your father’s policies today,” Omar wrote.

Then, mocking Trump’s tweet, Omar invited the first daughter to “Share your ideas on how you plan to unite them.”

Minnesota hypocrite anti-Semite drew numerous critical reactions, with many suggesting that Omar’s recent divorce and subsequent remarriage – to a man with whom she was allegedly having an extramarital affair – made her unqualified to criticize another woman’s comments on the subject of family.

And let’s not forget Ilhan Omar marrying her brother, which the FBI is currently investigating.

Related Story: FBI Reviewing Claims Ilhan Omar Married Her Brother

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