Trump Says If Only Half of Accusations Against Ilhan Omar are True, She Should Not Be in Office


President Trump has weighed in on Ilhan Omar’s marriage to her brother and other scandals she is involved with including tax fraud for filing a joint return with one man while she was married to another one, her brother.

Trump says that if even half of her crimes are true, she does not belong in the House. Omar said that if only 1/10th of what the president is accused of is true, he should not be in office. Of course none of the accusations are true, so his job is safe, not so much hers.

President Trump has taken a strong stand from day one of denying the lies Democrats tell about him. Omar refuses to comment, even to deny the charges.

From The Gateway Pundit

 

Omar refuses to satisfactorily answer questions about her marriage to a man who appears to be her own brother.

There is overwhelming evidence that Ilhan Omar married her own brother to defraud US immigration.

Not only did she reportedly defraud US immigration, but Omar may have also filed fraudulent state and federal tax returns.

In 2017, Rep. Omar swore under penalty of perjury while divorcing her husband (brother?) that she hadn’t seen Ahmed N. Elmi since 2011 and didn’t know anyone who could help her contact him.

Hidden code on a website, however, shows that Ahmed E. Elmi may have actually designed and set up a website for Ilhan Omar’s sister THIS YEAR and is living in Nairobi, Kenya, the same city Omar’s sister, Sahra Noor lives and works in.

Omar’s sister Sahra Noor currently works as the CEO of Grit Partners and the company’s website reveals Omar’s estranged brother-husband created the website and or the Instagram account for Grit Partners.

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