House Republicans express concern over party infighting, but not the Islamophobic rhetoric that set it off


When pressed on whether that included the Islamophobic remarks aimed at Omar, he said: “I think everybody speaks for themselves, but I don’t speak for the party. And if I would indicate to you that I did, I think that would be a bit pretentious. That’s my opinion. So it’s like, hey, you’re responsible for what you say. But in terms of the overall brand, I think that’s a bigger project than one individual.”


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