Ilhan Omar deletes tweet claiming Politico distorted Obama remarks




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Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.) on Saturday deleted a controversial tweet accusing Politico of distorting statements she’d made in an interview.

The tweet asserted her remarks mocking former President Barack Obama as a “pretty face” and saying he was little increased than President Trump had been taken out of context.

Her now-zapped tweet be taught, “Exhibit A of how reporters distort words. I’m an Obama fan! I was saying how [President] Trump is different from Obama, and why we should focus on policy not politics.”

Her cry of “fake news” prompted tons of to tweet once more in Politico’s safety, declaring tape of the interview clearly reveals she’d been quoted exactly.

The critics included Tim Alberta, the Politico chief political correspondent who’d interviewed Omar. He tweeted, “Exhibit A of how politicians use the media as a straw man to avoid owning what they said.”

Clicking on Omar’s “my quotes were distorted” tweet now ends in an error net web page finding out, “Sorry, that page doesn’t exist!”

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