Omar Accuses Trump Of ‘Funneling’ Money From FEMA To The Border, Candace Owens Fires Back: She’s Funneling $250k To A Married Man

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On Wednesday morning, as Hurricane Dorian appeared to be heading to Puerto Rico, President Trump gave his assurance that the U.S. is fully prepared to take any necessary action.

President Trump tweeted, “We are tracking closely tropical storm Dorian as it heads, as usual, to Puerto Rico.”

“FEMA and all others are ready, and will do a great job,” he continued. “When they do, let them know it, and give them a big Thank You – Not like last time. That includes from the incompetent Mayor of San Juan!”

Upon seeing the President’s tweet, Congresswoman Ilhan Omar suggested that Trump doesn’t have the best interest of Puerto Rico in mind, and, instead, accused him of “funneling” millions of dollars from FEMA.

Omar replied to President Trump: “What he’s not telling you: He’s funneling millions from FEMA aid to his immigration courts at the border. We must demand better for Puerto Rico.”

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Candace Owens, however, swiftly fired back at Omar and exposed a potential scandal involving the Minnesota representative that has grabbed headlines over the past 48 hours.

Candace said, “What she’s not telling you: she’s funneling a quarter million from her campaign funds to support the lifestyle of the married man she is sleeping with.”

Omar is being accused of having an affair with a married man, whom she reportedly funneled up to $250,000 through her campaign.

According to a report from Daily Caller, Omar’s campaign has disbursed tens of thousands of dollars in “travel expenses” to the company owned by political strategist, Tim Mynett, whose wife accused him Tuesday of having an affair with the Minnesota Democrat.

Omar denies having a relationship with Mynett, however, pictures have surfaced that appears to show the pair holding hands and dining at a secluded Italian restaurant in Los Angeles back in March.