Donald Trump warned voters in Minnesota that a President Joe Biden would “overrun” Minnesota with “dangerous” refugees from Somalia and other countries he called “the most dangerous places in the world.”
"Your state will be overrun and destroyed if Biden and the radical left win,” the president said at the start of a campaign rally in Bemidji, Minnesota, a community with a large Somali population.
“One of the most vital issues in this election is the subject of refugees you know it, you know it perhaps better than almost anybody,” he told the crowd of white faces at an airport there. “Good luck, Minnesota. You having a good time with your-refugees? That's good.”
“We want to – Omar, yeah, he said ‘Omar,’ that's a beauty,” he said, referring to Minnesota Democratic Congresswoman Ilhan Omar, with whom he has engaged in a war of words since she took office in early 2019.