Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., sits with fellow Democrats on the House Education and Labor Committee during a bill markup, on Capitol Hill in Washington, Wednesday, March 6, 2019. Omar stirred controversy last week saying that Israel's supporters are pushing U.S. lawmakers to take a pledge of "allegiance to a foreign country." Omar is not apologizing for that remark, and progressives are supporting her. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)

Senator Dr. Bill Cassidy (R-LA) spoke with Brian Kilmeade about the Anti-Semitism resolution in the House. On the Democrats, Cassidy said, "Under their big tent if you will, they have folks who are anti-Semitic and they don't want to kick them out of their tent." Cassidy took issue with mainstream media's coverage of how the Democrats have handled Congresswoman Omar's anti-Semitic remarks, saying, "One of the ironies when Trump was running for president the mainstream media attempted to say that he for some reason was anti-Jewish, when Ivanka is Jewish, his son-in-law Jared is Jewish. I can go down the list but everybody knows it and now we have this in which that is OK, they're passing a general, we don't like bigotry {resolution} and that's supposed to take care of it. There is a perception problem here on the behalf of the mainstream media."

On President Trump's emergency declaration at the southern border, Cassidy agrees that there is an emergency at the border but says we could fund it without taking money from the funds that he has taken from.

Senator Cassidy also discussed his White Paper counter proposal to the Green New Deal, which would lower greenhouse gas emissions while bringing more manufacturing jobs back to America.

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