Ilhan Omar faces a fresh criticism from his very own backyard.
Rep. Omar, D-Minn., Was the subject of a stinging editorial in the Minnesota Tribune Tribune Wednesday in the wake of her recent campaign finance violations ̵
" US Rep. Ilhan Omar is back in the news again and not in a good way, "the editorial team began." The former state representative who won the congress in the fall continues to be anchored by past mistakes, this time eight violations of the Minnesota campaign finance law, who will cost her nearly $ 3,500 in reimbursement and civil penalties. "
Minnesota campaign finance officials condemned last week that Omar owed his campaign committee nearly $ 3,500, as well as a $ 500 civil sanction to the state after using committee members for personal travel and help for her return.
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As the Star Tribune noted, the state promoted campaign funding and public information advice that Omar and her husband filed joint tax returns while she was married to another man, Minnesota law only allows genuine Committed to filing jointly in civil marriages, while Omar filed a man with whom she was married only in "faith tradition." .. Omar, for two years, filed joint tax returns with a man she lived with, but not legally married to. She further complicated that she was legally married to another man at the time "the editorial read. obliged to follow tax laws, no matter how painful they have the right to know, "read it.
The incident was just one of many questions – including the collection of allegedly illegal fees – at
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"Omar's political rise has been destroyed by a series of unadulterated errors," also the paper, "including inappropriate remarks and tweets earlier this year that were perceived as anti-Semitic. Every month seems to bring a new problem. "
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Omar has received criticism at national level for proving anti-Semitic troops in his criticism of Israel. Several freshman lawmakers – including Reps. Rashida Tlaib and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez – who became aware of controversial statements they had made in their first term.
On Friday, Tlaib and Omar took catch from the president's son describing them anti-Semitic and part of "Hamas Caucus."