"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?
probably not but that the country's most powerful man toying with the idea, is still problematic.
"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.
yeah you would probably need a majority among the people, mighty supporters are needed to achieve that.
"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.
It's 2019 and Alabama made abortions basically illegal, something many people couldn't imagine happening in the 21st century. Don't take any of your rights for granted.
"Do you think it is ok to threaten political enemies in such a way?"
>No. What threat are you talking about?
A threat is a threat even if there isn't a immediate action to it.
"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.
These four women are elected for the US Congress, all they should care about are their voters and America. Why do they have to pass such an unrealistic test? If every american politician also have to be an successfull politician in a nother country than non of your politicians would be in office.
It doesn't sound that cool anymore if you think about it.