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Social media erupted with criticism on Wednesday evening after some in the crowd at a campaign rally for Donald Trump in Greenville, North Carolina, chanted “Send her back!” after the president criticized Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN).

The chant was short-lived, and began as President Trump began criticizing Omar for her history of antisemitic comments. Trump did not appear to anticipate the chant, or to encourage it, and did not react to it in real time.

The article goes on to state the following:

Reaction to the chant sent “#TrumpRally” to the top of Twitter trends in the United States. Democrats were aghast…

2020 presidential candidate Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) responded with a scathing tweet that included a threat.

“Whether it’s ‘send her back’ or ‘lock her up,’ ‘there has to be some form of punishment’ or ‘grab her by the p***y’—the throughline is contempt for women and anyone who threatens this president’s fragile ego,” Gillibrand tweeted. “He should be afraid. We are his worst nightmare. And we will beat him.”

Related: REPORT: Omar responds to ‘send her back’ chant

Other Democrats and some conservatives found the chant offensive, while some shrugged it off. Examples follow.

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