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House Democrats went about this week on a resolution that strongly condemns president trump's comments urging for Congress woman of color to go back to the countries they came from three bold land a report Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer says the president's tweet telling for democratic Congress women to go back to the countries they came from drips of racism in a sharply worded speech on the Senate floor he excoriated Republicans asking if their silence is the result of embarrassment or agreement with the president those who fail to condemn the president our fellow travelers on the president's racist wrote whatever their motivation and Schumer says it'll be interesting to see how many Republicans sign on to a resolution he plans to offer condemning the president's tweets jury bowed lander wash later the four members were targeted by the president held a news conference for Massachusetts congresswoman Arianna Presley words still borders not to take the bait grateful for your solidarity or encouragement in your support in the face of the most recent xenophobic bigoted remarks from the occupant of