Ilhan Omar Says Trump is 'Terrified' of Her Because She's a 'Woman, Muslim, Refugee'
Democrat says she lives 'rent free' in Trump's head, but he doesn't take up space in hers
Radical Democrat Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) has boasted that President Donald Trump is "terrified" of her because she's "a woman, an immigrant, Muslim, refugee, and Punjabi in one beautiful package."
The anti-Trump "AOC Plus 3 Squad" member also claims that she lives "rent-free" inside the president's head because he spends so much time focused on her.
Speaking during an appearance on the late-night TV show "Full Frontal with Samantha Bee" Wednesday night, Omar argues that it is her "intersectionality" that most "terrifies" Trump.
During an interview with Bee, the controversial Minnesota representative revealed she gets "joy" from pushing to impeach President Trump, joking that the thought of Donald Jr. being unhappy also makes her happy.
"I sit on the intersectionality of many identities he despises: A woman, an immigrant, Muslim, refugee, and Punjabi - in one beautiful package," she told Samantha Bee.
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The freshman lawmaker, who came to the U.S. with her family from Somalia when she was a teenager, said she never imagined when she was a child that she would someday be part of an effort to impeach an American president.
"A lot of people think we take joy in impeaching this president because we don't like him," Omar said.
"But we take joy in making sure that when we say we're going to protect the rule of law, that the American people know that we are serious about that."
"I, however, am just always so happy when I think that Don Jr. is upset," host Samantha Bee told the congresswoman.
"That does slightly make me happy," Omar jokingly agreed.
While Omar often criticizes the president, she is also a frequent target of Trump's as well.
"Why do you think that the president focuses so much on you?" Bee asked.
"I think he is terrified by any women who are practicing 'Shine Theory,' who have each other's back," Omar responded, referring to a concept of mutual empowerment developed by American businesswoman Aminatou Sow and journalist Ann Friedman.
"But for me, I think he is terrified at the fact that I sit on the intersectionality of many identities that he really despises: a woman, an immigrant, Muslim, refugee, and Punjabi in one beautiful package."
When asked how she felt about "perpetually being taken out of context" by her political opponents, Omar simply told Bee she "doesn't really care that much" about that because her critics "are just vilifying and dismissing my voice anyway."
"The fact that I live rent-free in their head doesn't mean they get to live rent-free in mine," Omar said.
She later expressed how she thinks "rehabilitation" is possible for "white supremacists" like White House adviser Stephen Miller, adding that they could "use some light, some love, some joy" in their lives.
Previously, Omar vowed in July that she would continue being President Trump's "nightmare," after Trump said that Omar and her Squad colleagues should "go back and help fix the totally broken and crime-infested places from which they came."