"Trump is the president of the United States"
>And does that give him the power to remove someone from office or a citizen from the country?
"there are people who seriously want to revoke the citizenship of people like Ilhan Omar"
>I think you need to meet special criteria to achieve that, it doesn't just happen.
"there were times where certain groups(blacks and women) didn't have full citizen rights in the US"
>Well it's 2019. Let's talk 2019.
"Do you think it is ok to threaten political enemies in such a way?"
>No. What threat are you talking about?
"Would it be ok for you if what Trump said becomes reality?"
>That "progressive" congresswomen go to some country and help fix its problems? And then come back and "show how it's done"? That doesn't sound that bad. That actually sounds kinda cool.
I am sure you would believe it sounds cool for "progressive" to go to some other country and help fix their problems as long as they are not trying to fix the problems within their own country. Hell, you should be Trump tweet writer the next time.
"I am sure you would believe it sounds cool for "progressive" to go to some other country and help fix their problems"
>Yeah, definitely sounds cool! How is problem-fixing not cool?
"as long as they are not trying to fix the problems within their own country."
>What? Where'd this come from? I'd eventually want those progressives back. I don't want skill or talent leaving the country permanently.