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Rep. Ilhan Omar on Thursday called for the Trump administration to issue a “national lockdown” in response to reports that the United States is now leading the world in confirmed coronavirus cases.

She also suggested that the country lacked a “functioning health care system.”

The article goes on to state the following:

“Let’s add this to the list of things we shouldn’t be leading the world in,” the Minnesota Democrat tweeted.

“National lockdown, rapid testing, functioning healthcare system that is resourced and honestly communicating with the public is desperately needed now from this administration,” Omar declared on Thursday.

The Somalian refugee congresswoman also slammed Republican Rep. Matt Gaetz for objecting to $350 million set aside for “migration and refugee assistance.”

Millions of Americans need help now. Dangerous poison pills like $350,000,000 for “Migration and Refugee Assistance” put America LAST. Democrats: This is not the time to advance your legislative agenda. This is the time to put #AmericaFirst,” Gaetz tweeted.

Omar responded, “Immigrants and refugees, are Americans/pay taxes and as vulnerable communities need the resources “.. to prevent, prepare for, and respond to coronavirus”.  Wonder why this upsets you more than a $500,000,000 billion corporate welfare fund for a select group of large companies?”

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