US President Donald Trump, who accused four American MPs of hatred of the country, said they can go to where they want to go, but if they have to stay here, then love the country. Trump said that it is dangerous when people speak bad about the country. Trump told reporters during his Cabinet meeting in the White House on Tuesday, "It is my opinion that they (four women Congressmen) hate our country and it is not good. It is not acceptable. "
He said, "It is up to them. They can go wherever they want or they can stay. But they should love our country. They should not hate our country. "This reaction has come in the midst of criticism of four progressive women of the Democratic Party - Alexandria Okasio-Cortez, Ilhan Omar, Rashida Talib and Ayana Presali, in which he said Had he hated America, then he should go from here.Democrats have described it as a racial comment, although Trump and the White House have rejected the charge. Trump said, "You see what they have said. I still have those clips. Regarding our country, Israel has given much disgusting and dangerous statements about it. It's up to them what they want. They can go here or live here, but they should love our country and they should work for the good of our country. "
The Republican leadership has defended the Trump firmly and said that Trump is not racist. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell told reporters in Capitol, "I think there is a consensus on the fact that political rhetoric has actually been thrown more than needed in political corridors."Meanwhile, House Majority Leader Stony Hoyer said that Trump's remarks are racist and against the values of the nation. Hoyer said, "Our diversity makes us stronger. The President can not do this and can not change it. We condemn the racist remarks of the American President. "Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer said that what Trump did was" disgusting ".