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"There is no moral authority to talk about 9/11 at all," said Nadler, chair of the House Judiciary Committee, on CNN's "State of the Union."
"He was not president at the time, but Donald Trump actually received a grant of $ 150,000 from the Bush administration … for 40 Wall Street.He stole $ 150,000 from a businessman who could have used it to rehabilitate himself.
democrat @RepJerryNadler Trump and September 11: "He was not president at the time, but Donald Trump received a grant of $ 150,000 from the Bush administration … for 40 Wall Street. He stole $ 150,000 from a businessman who could have used it to rehabilitate himself. #CNNSOTU pic.twitter.com/6z7asz8FzI
– State of the Union (@CNNSotu) April 14, 2019
Trump Friday tweeted the video showing the flaming towers of the World Trade Center and Omar claiming during a speech last month at the Council on US-Islamic relations that CAIR had been founded because "some people had acted "and that Muslims were beginning to lose their access to our civil liberties".
Many Democrats have condemned Trump's tweet as inciting violence.
When CNN's host, Jake Tapper, asked him on Sunday if he had any problem whatsoever with Omar's comments, Nadler replied, "No, I did not get it. not done."
"She just described it by the way, she was talking about discrimination against Muslim Americans. I had some problems with some of his other remarks, but not with that one. "
Nadler has already criticized Omar for his comments, he said, citing anti-Semitic tropes.