It seems that the tides have turned for AOC and Omar, especially ever since Trump spoke out about their hypocrisy and in a nutshell, told them to respect America, or leave!
Not only has a recent poll of Democrats revealed that AOC and Omar’s approval ratings are extremely low even within their own party, but Sen. Lindsey Graham just bashed them on an appearance he made on “Fox & Friends.”
The Republican senator called them a “bunch of communists” and totally annihilated the Democrat congresswomen.
Watch Graham’s criticism of AOC and Omar here:
Speak the truth, Lindsey Graham!
President Trump seemed to be impressed with Graham's summation of what AOC and Rep. Omar stand for.
The president posted a series of tweets quoting Graham and agreeing with what he had to say:
Check out how Twitter is responding to Graham's truth bombshell about the Democrat congresswomen:
One Twitter user is calling AOC's "squad" of congresswomen...
AOC also replied to Lindsey Graham on Twitter:
However, most of the responses to her tweet sided with Graham and Trump:
The Daily Caller has more to say about Graham's annihilation of AOC and her "squad":
Republican South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham defended President Donald Trump’s tweets towards progressive members of Congress during an appearance on “Fox & Friends” Monday morning.
The president came under fire for telling members of Congress, including Democratic Reps. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of New York and Ilhan Omar of Minnesota, to go back” and fix the countries “they originally came from,” after a series of perceived anti-American comments by the members.
A close ally of the president, Graham went on the attack against Ocasio-Cortezand Omar, accusing Omar of being “anti-Semitic,” and calling the representatives a “bunch of communists,” while also advising Trump to “aim higher” in his criticism.
USA Today also said:
Democrats put recent internal squabbles aside to unite in defense of four liberal congresswomen whom President Donald Trump on Sunday told to "go back" and fix the countries they "originally came from"before trying to legislate changes in the United States.
Some congressional Republicans joined Democrats in condemning the tweets – believed to be aimed at Reps. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of New York, Ilhan Omar of Minnesota, Ayanna Pressley of Massachusetts and Rashida Tlaib of Michigan. At least one Republican congressman defended the remarks and said Trump had been misunderstood. The majority of GOP lawmakers have not commented on the controversy.
Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., was one of the first to weigh in, saying in a Fox News interview on Monday that while he agreed with Trump's criticisms of the four congresswomen's politics, he thought the president should "knock it down a notch" and avoid getting personal in his attacks on them.
"They are American citizens. They won an election. Take on their policies," Graham advised.
"We all know that AOC and this crowd are a bunch of communists. They hate Israel. They hate our own country," Graham said, referring to Ocasio-Cortez by her initials.
But knowing that, the president should "aim higher," he said.
During a news conference on Monday, Trump indicated he believed that Graham was advising him to wait and take aim at more powerful Democrats.
"I disagree with Lindsey. These are congresswomen. What am I supposed to do, just wait for senators?" the president said. "He said 'aim higher, shoot higher.' What am I going to do, wait until we get somebody else in a higher position, a higher office?"