President Donald Trump resurrected four new congressmen on Sunday, who have been subject to his persistent attacks, calling them "weak" and "uncertain" minutes after launching the Washington Post's story about the consequences of his initial  "I do not believe the four congressmen are capable of loving our country," said Trump . "They have to apologize to America (and Israel) for the horrible things they say, they destroy the Democratic Party, but they are weak and insecure people who can never destroy our great nation!"
On Saturday, his own aides do not think he fully understands what he did when he published a racist rhetoric about the four congressmen in a color called "the squad" on Twitter before a golf outing last weekend. excited when he wrote that the four MPs ̵
Trump said the story of the publication contained "false sources that did not exist" and "was fake news."
the enormous enthusiasm, far he is more of the Democrats, "he added . "You'll see in 2020!"
The "Post" report, based on interviews with "26 councilors, White House deputies and others involved in the response," said Trump, who published the tweets after seeing an episode of Fox and friends. He wanted to raise the four congressmen, telling his counselors that they think they are good foils, the newspaper reports.
Although he did not name them in his original tweets, later Trump explained that he was referring to representatives Ilhan Omar, D. Min., Ayanna Pressley, D-Mass., Alexandria Occasio-Cortez, DN.Y , and Rashida Tlaib, D-Mich.
Omar, a Somali refugee, moved to the United States when she was a 12-year-old naturalized citizen. Tibe, a Palestinian American, was born in Michigan; Occasio-Cortez, of Spanish origin, was born in New York; and Presselay, an African American, was born in Cincinnati.
Trump's tuts were widely condemned, with Democrats and a small number of Republicans claiming to be racist. The post reports that Trump "acted alone – impulsively following his gut to the dark side of American politics, and now the country had to take the pieces." Councilors and allies, they say in the report, "will work behind the scenes to try to repair the mess without public recognition of a mistake because it is not Trump's way."
The latest innovations were in the focus of the political current show.
Chairman of the House Supervision Committee Elias Cammings, Mr. MD, said that the President's comments raised "the same feelings I had 50 years ago" as a civil rights activist.
"And that's very, very painful," said Kummins to ABC "This Week." "I just do not think this happens to the President of the United States of America, the leader of the whole world."
Four congressmen, , are "some of the most brilliant young people I've met.
"These are people and women who love their country and work very hard and want to move us to a more perfect union that our founding fathers have spoken," said Cummings. "When you disagree with the President, you are suddenly a bad person, our loyalty is not to the president, our loyalty is to the United States Constitution and the American people."
Asked if Trump Ramis was, Cammings said, "Yes, there's no doubt about that," adding, "I tried to give him the benefit of the doubt."
Many allies have called on Trump to "redraw" his tweets "far from the racist idea of" his posts – "that only European immigrants or their descendants have the right to criticize the country," Post reported.
During a rally campaign in North Carolina on Wednesday, the crowd began to chant "send it back" after Trump. went to the reef for Omar, returning the racist tone of Trump's original tweets. After the Democrats and some Republicans condemned the song, the president distanced himself from him, saying, "I disagree with him." "As you can see, I did nothing to lead people, nor was I particularly happy with their singing, just a very large and patriotic crowd, they love the United States!"
Trumpex expert Katie Hopkins has previously called for a "final decision" on Muslim immigration to the UK and said the Jewish leadership was responsible for the slaughter in the Pittsburgh synagogue last year for their support for migration.
The Post reported that Trump's allies are trying to reformulate a debate about racism and the views of congressmen who are under fire on the right and among the more moderate left-wing members.
On Sunday, it shows that the President's allies are defending him as non-racist, and he says that Congressman Fox News Sunday "White House senior adviser Stephen Miller said that" blind "societies have to mean" you can criticize immigration policy, you can criticize people's views, you can ask questions about where they were born, and not be considered racial. "
" I think the term "racist, Chris, has become a label that is too often used by the left, Democrats in this country, just to tried to silence and punish and suppress the people with whom they disagreed, a speech they do not want to hear, "Miller said.
Miller said he could not "disagree" that the president was burning an animus from interviewing former President Barack Obama's birthplace to his assault on the congress.
"I basically disagree with the view that if you disagree with someone and they have a different skin color, it makes racial criticism," he said.
Speaking at an event at the Queens City Hall on Saturday, Occasio-Cortez said the President's recent comments combined with "send back" the chants clearly "this is not about immigration to everyone."
"Because, once you start telling US citizens to quote, go back for their own your country tells you that this president's policy is not about immigration but about ethnicity but affiliation and racism, "said Occasio-Cortez. "And his biggest mistake was that he spoke the silent voice aloud. That was his biggest mistake. Because we know he's been thinking all the time.