"The President of the United States telling elected politicians - or any other Americans for that matter - to "go back" to other countries is not OK, and diplomatic politeness should not stop us saying so, loudly and clearly", tweeted First Minister of Scotland Nicola Sturgeon. "I'm sure there will be many people that want to miss them".
Former Brexit secretary David Davis called for senior officer Neil Basu to be pulled from the investigation after he urged journalists in possession of leaked government documents to return them, warning any further publication from the dispatches could result in prosecution.
In a contentious exchange with the press at a White House economic event, Trump made clear that his criticism was aimed at freshman congresswomen like Reps. "I'm watching them, all they do is complain".
"I look at the one, I look at Omar", Trump said. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of New York, Ilhan Omar of Minnesota, Ayanna Pressley of MA and Tlaib.
"This is not about a person, this about the country", Graham said in a TV interview.
"These attacks and others like them in communities across the country, sadly are less well known outside the Jewish community but they form the daily background of concerns of security and safety those within the Jewish community feel", he continued.
"If someone has a problem with country, if someone doesn't want to be in our country, they should leave", Trump said.
Lawmakers and commentators overseas expressed shock and disgust Monday after President Trump targeted Democratic minority congresswomen in tweets over the weekend and told them to "go back" to their countries.
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Omar and Tlaib, in particular, have been the most critical of Trump's relationship with Israel, and as such, have come under a litany of attacks and accusations of antisemitism since they took office.
In Germany, commentators condemned Trump's remarks on Monday.
"I think the apology that needs to happen is from the President".
Maine's sole Republican Senator issued a statement Monday, saying, "I disagree strongly with numerous views and comments of some of the far-left members of the House Democratic Caucus, especially when it comes to their views on socialism, their anti-Semitic rhetoric, and their negative comments about law enforcement".
Some major pro-Israel groups in the United States have remained mum when the president has made xenophobic statements - instead, calling him a great friend of Israel and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
After negotiations by DeVos' department, the pro-Israel group has now been allowed as a student organization. "Instead of helping our people get back their rights, President Trump has chosen to stand beside the oppressors, not the oppressed", he said.
His remarks came at an event at the White House that was meant to spotlight US manufacturing, with Trump viewing boats, motorcycles and other American-manufactured products.
"Any responsible Jewish leader will vigorously denounce Trump's attempt to link his own vile racism with some sort of defence of Israel", Koplow said on Twitter.