Washington [united states], July sixteen (ANI): the united states house of Representatives will vote on a resolution condemning US President Donald Trump's racist tweets in opposition to liberal Democratic congresswomen, stated house Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Monday.
"The residence can not permit the President's characterization of immigrants to our united states of america to face," the senior Democratic chief stated in a letter to residence Democrats, in line with Sputnik.
"Our Republican colleagues should be part of us in condemning the President's xenophobic tweets," she delivered.

while there has been huge criticism in opposition to Trump's distasteful remarks regarding the congresswomen, Democrats have mentioned that the Grand antique celebration's (GOP) contributors have kept mum on the controversy. Republican US Senator, Tim Scott, become the first to sentence Trump's statements from the GOP's stop.
"no matter our political disagreements, aiming for the lowest common denominator will simplest divide our country further," the Republican chief tweeted.
"rather than sharing how the Democratic birthday party's far-left, pro-socialist rules -- no longer to mention the hateful language a number of their individuals have used toward law enforcement and Jews - are incorrect for the future of our nation, the President interjected with unacceptable personal assaults and racially offensive language," Scott similarly stated in his statement.
Inviting complaint, Trump on Sunday launched a couple of non-public and racist assaults on Democratic congresswomen, asking them to move returned to the "broken, crime-infested" nations they "came" from.
at the same time as he did no longer perceive the Democratic leaders, many speculate that it's miles Democrats Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Rashida Tlaib, Ilhan Omar and Ayanna Pressley who currently condemned the President's immigration guidelines, consistent with CNN.
All four Democratic leaders, who're all newcomers representatives and women of shade, have strongly criticised Trump's statements.
The resolution slated to be voted on inside the residence of Representatives is backed by means of leaders who were born abroad, like Congressmen Tom Malinowski and Jamie Raskin. (ANI)