Isaac Herzog's visit to Capitol Hill came after the House passed a GOP-led resolution reaffirming support for Israel in the wake of incendiary comments made and then walked back by a leading Democrat.
The Washington Democrat walked back comments she made over the weekend in which she called Israel a "racist state."
"We can't allow him to remain in office, it's a matter of preserving our Republic and we need to fulfill our oath," wrote the Minnesota Democrat, as Trump supporters stormed the U.S. Capitol.
Rep. Ilhan Omar has a new memoir about her journey to Congress after fleeing civil war in Somalia. She talked with NPR about her life and her hopes for future coronavirus relief measures.
"We are going to continue to be a nightmare to this president," she said into a megaphone, "because his policies are a nightmare to us. We are not deterred, we are not frightened, we are ready."
Many say the storm of criticism around Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.), the first black Muslim woman in Congress, is more about who she is than what she says. Her experience is familiar to other Muslim leaders.
The newspaper's cover featured an image of the 2001 terrorist attack and a partial quote by Omar about the incident. Fellow lawmakers and activists expressed outrage at the paper's editorial decision.
Constituents of Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., voice concern over recent controversial comments. On Thursday, the House of Representatives passed a resolution condemning anti-Semitism.
The poster was on display at West Virginia's "GOP Day" on Friday. It provoked an argument, an injury, the resignation of a staff member and potential disciplinary action against a lawmaker.