"We're creating good trouble, and we're going to need one another," Minnesota Representative Ilhan Omar said.
The Trump administration admitted it had made seven approvals for the sharing of technological information with Saudi Arabia without telling Congress.
"There has to be accountability! There has to be a consequence!" said Pirro.
"As a country, we have to acknowledge that this is how people are being treated here and decide that we are better and we must do better," Representative Ilhan Omar tweeted on Thursday.
Alabama Representative Mo Brooks quoted Hitler's Mein Kampf in the House on Monday.
Netanyahu, who is facing the prospect of criminal charges for bribery, fraud and breach of trust, said the close relations between the U.S. and Israel exist because "we share the same values."
"In October 2002, President Bush said that Saddam Hussein had a 'massive stockpile' of biological weapons. It was a lie," Representative Ilhan Omar wrote.
"I believe in an inclusive foreign policy—one that centers on human rights, justice and peace as the pillars of America's engagement in the world, one that brings our troops home and truly makes military action a last resort," Representative Ilhan Omar wrote.
The freshman congresswoman responded to Trump's retweet of an article claiming that some Democrats were taking steps to remove her from Congress.
Right-wing radio host Jesse Lee Peterson expressed concern that repressed white Americans may be incited to carry out a New Zealand–like attack in the U.S.
The Fox News show Justice With Jeanine Pirro was pulled from programming Saturday evening, one week after Pirro's controversial comments about Minnesota Rep. Ilhan Omar.
"For Trump and his team, human rights is just another cudgel they wield opportunistically in service of a vision for the Middle East," Jamal Abdi, president of the National Iranian American Council, told Newsweek.
Guy Benson wasn't happy with Pirro's response to the criticism of her comments about Democrat Ilhan Omar.
Ex-White House adviser says anti-bigotry resolution should have focused on Omar's comments.
A "survivor of war," Representative Ilhan Omar of Minnesota is "one of the most effective voices," Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez said.
"And this is what represents America?" Homeland Security Investigations senior agent Leslie Derewonko wrote.
The Hawaii Democrat suggested Ilhan Omar was alluding to a "deeper issue related to our foreign policy."
"Is her adherence to this Islamic doctrine indicative of her adherence to Sharia law, which in itself is antithetical to the United States Constitution?" the Fox News Host asked.
"I think she has a different experience in the use of words," Pelosi said.
"I oppose discrimination against anyone based on inherent characteristics like ethnicity, race, sex or any other attribute over which a person has no control," Representative Mo Brooks said.
GOP members criticize "watered down" text that failed to mention congresswoman Ilhan Omar by name.
Omar is embroiled in allegations she used anti-Semitic tropes in her criticisms of the state of Israel and the pro-Israel lobby in the U.S.
"Everybody needs a lot more education, and that need for education concerns both the history of certain terms and tropes and references that may produce unwanted and unexpected reactions," Jonathan Boyarin, a professor of modern Jewish studies at Cornell University, told Newsweek.
The Vermont senator and presidential candidate fears the outcry surrounding the congresswoman will stifle debate over Israel and the Palestinian territories.
Democrats agree they need to stand against anti-Semitism, but there are growing disagreements over if and how a House resolution should be passed to condemn Congresswoman Ilhan Omar's alleged anti-Semitic tropes.