"And a special thanks to Representative Omar of Minnesota," Trump joked, as the crowd erupted into angry. "Oh, oh, oh I forgot, she doesn't like Israel, I forgot, I'm so sorry. Oh, she doesn't like Israel, she does. Oh, please, I apologize."
Trump said that "people aren't fighting for Israel in Congress," warning that "if implemented, the Democrats' radical agenda would destroy our economy, cripple our country and very well could leave Israel out of yourselves ̵
Trump says asylum applicants are coached
Trump also called the asylum program "a scam," alleging that lawyers coach is tough, violent but through the process. ] "Some of the roughest people you've ever seen, people that look like they should be fighting for he UFC, "he said, referencing the Ultimate Fighting Championship mixed martial arts promotion company. "They read a little page given by lawyers that are all over the place – you know the lawyers, they say what to say. You look at this guy, you say, wow," that's a tough cookie. ""
Trump then adopted in deep voice, saying, "I am very fearful for my life, I am very worried that I will report if I'm back home" to impersonate a hypothetical migrant.
"No, no, he "I do the accosting," he quipped.
Trump also mocked those supporting asylum as being in denial about migrants' motivations.
"Oh, give him asylum – he's afraid, he's afraid!" Trump said, imitating them. "We don't love the fact that he's got tattoos on his face, that's not a good sign. We don't love the fact that he's carrying the flag of Honduras or Guatemala or El Salvador, only to say he's petrified to be in his country. "
" The Democrats say, " how much money is used for all this good! "" Trump said. "But no it's not, it's largely the chair."
"Now if their government wanted to, I have a feeling they'd be able to stop caravans from forming in those three countries, I have a feeling," he added. "They're pretty tough, they're pretty tough down there. And, they didn't, I stopped the payments."
Trump also reiterated his remarks Friday that "our country's full."
 Greg CN Clary contributed to this report.