Rashida Tlaib, a new Democratic Congresswoman, used an expletive to refer to President Donald Trump during an event on January 3, 2018, telling the audience "we're going to impeach the motherf*cker". "Bullies don't win.' And I said, 'Baby, they don't, because we're gonna go in there and we're gonna impeach the [expletive]", Tlaib said to an outburst of applause and cheers from her supporters.
Earlier on Friday Trump tweeted a response to Tlaib's comment in which he asked how Congress could impeach a president "who has won perhaps the greatest election of all time".
"We're going to go in there, and we're going to impeach the motherf***er", the Michigan Democrat said at Thursday MoveOn rally in Washington, D.C., drawing cheers and whoops from the crowd.
It is not the first time Tlaib has called for Trump's impeachment, including an article written in a Detroit newspaper, also on Thursday.
Neither the deputy press secretary nor the Fox News anchor addressed President Donald Trump's history of insults and name-calling, directed at both rivals and allies. Republicans pounced, using the occasion to question the Democrats' true priorities and Pelosi's leadership.
"I'm sure upon reflection", Connolly suggested, "she might choose other words to describe her feelings".
From her social media posts, it looks like she has zero intention of apologizing.
Congress was re-opened on Thursday amid a government shutdown in the US.
But it's no secret that many Democrats - and many Americans in general - believe Trump should and will be impeached.
"I didn't change or try to run away from being Arabia, being a Muslima, being Palestinian", she said, gendering the layers of her identity - Arab, Muslim, Palestinian - to mirror the grammar of the adjectives in Arabic.
Tlaib made impeaching Trump a plank in her campaign too.
But Liz Cheney's scolding of Tlaib is totally hypocritical in light of the fact that in 2004, her father told Democratic Sen. "We should have better manners than that, I assure you".
"Mueller hasn't even produced his report yet!" said Rep. Ron Kind (D-Wis.), referring to special counsel Robert Mueller's Russian Federation probe.
"If you really don't like Trump, you shouldn't like this video, because this does the opposite of hurting him", The Reagan Battalion tweeted.
The 116th US Congress has a record number of women in its ranks with 102 women in US House of Representatives and 23 women in the Senate.