"I know what I talked to the secretary of state about, and it wasn't for him to throw out ballots -- that was beyond bizarre and ridiculous," he told primetime host Sean Hannity.
"I have gotten accustomed to standing up to bullies in my life," Ms. Omar said about being targeted often by Mr. Trump. "And so, on a personal level, it hasn't really impacted me, besides having my children be exposed to it and for the last two months of this election cycle waking up every single morning to text messages from my siblings asking if I was safe because he chose to speak about me at every single rally."
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