It's also worth remembering that it was only after a handful of Jewish Democrats, such as Eliot Engel, objected to Omar's comments that House Speaker Pelosi was forced to act - or rather, pretend to act.
Omar has become a lightning rod in Congress for comments on foreign policy, and especially U.S. policy toward Israel, that many in the Jewish community have deemed anti-Semitic.
They split sharply from Democratic leaders who seemed caught off guard by the support for Omar and unprepared for the debate.
In response, the Democratic party argued over whether Omar should be singled out and what other types of bias should be decried in the text of the House resolution.
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Omar, who is Muslim, provoked the contentious debate by criticizing "people who push for allegiance to a foreign country" in comments she made in a Washington D.C. coffee shop last week.
I don't think she's a bigot but, as with other sensitive topics, its not hard to sound like one when you make strong criticisms in such touchy areas as US policy toward Israel.
Republicans generally joined in the favorable vote, though almost two-dozen opposed the measure, one calling it a "sham".
"What I think many of my colleagues were doing in voting against it was lodging they're being upset about (the fact) that this was watered down; it wasn't narrow".
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Top Democrats were among the lawmakers who immediately pushed back against Omar's tweet that accused pro-Israel lawmakers of pushing "for allegiance to a foreign country". The other defended her remarks as too harsh but not ill-intentioned. She also wrote that United States support for Israel was "all about the Benjamins baby" and implied that Jewish organizations like AIPAC have bribed American lawmakers.
Rep. Rosa DeLauro, D-2 District, said it was not important to censure Omar in the resolution. I think we deserved it.
On "America's Newsroom" Friday, Zeldin said that the resolution should have named specific names and that Omar should have lost her seat on the House Foreign Affairs Committee.
The US president made the surprising charge on Friday as he boarded Air Force One, when asked by reporters about the vote in the House hours earlier.
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Said the jubilant James. "We want to make sure we're not only playing at our best come the end of the season but that he's fresh". James is now averaging 35.6 minutes per game. "MJ was that guy for me", James said after the game.
"The president's own words have fueled the fire of intolerance and targeting of Jews, and Republicans have failed to condemn the president's remarks in the same way that Democrats were quick to rebuke Representative Omar".
"Today is historic on many fronts".
"The issue for me is we're not condoning anti-Semitism or anti-Muslim sentiment", she said. "Our nation is having a hard conversation".
A number of the House Republicans who voted against the resolution argued that Democrats should have directly rebuked Omar and her comments, but failed to do so because the resolution did not mention her by name or focus exclusively on rejecting anti-Semitism.
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Yang told the Herald she never broke the law, had left the business, and was planning to move to Washington, D.C. Her social media accounts show frequent visits to Mar-a-Lago in the years since President Trump took office.
But other Democrats wanted to broaden the resolution to include a rejection of all forms of racism and bigotry.