Ms. Tlaib told a crowd hours after being sworn in Thursday night that Democrats would go after the president. The president drew major applause when telling supporters that rather than politely mention tariffs to Chinese officials, he would prefer to be more direct and say, "Listen, you motherfuckers, we're going to tax you 25%".
He also vowed to protect the Russian Federation probe, following more than a year of taunts and complaints by President Trump that it constituted a "witch hunt" and calls by the president and his top aides and advisors for it to end. A few minutes later, she tweeted: "I will always speak truth to power".
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". "I think she dishonored herself and her family".
Responding to Tlaib's profane comments Friday on "Fox & Friends", White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders dismissed the idea that Trump would be impeached. She makes up what might be the most progressive freshman class in congressional history, and like Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, she's a member of the Democratic Socialists of America.
Alongside Ms Omar and Ms Tlaib, Sharice Davids and Deb Haaland became the first Native American women in Congress.
Trump is pushing back on talk of impeaching him.
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She said that was in part a "generational" difference, but also called out Trump for language he has used.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has made it clear that impeachment is not a priority for her new Democratic majority, but she faces pressure from the left flank to more aggressively pursue the issue.
"Mueller hasn't even produced his report yet!" said Rep. Ron Kind (D-Wis.), referring to special counsel Robert Mueller's Russian Federation probe.
"I disagree with what she said", said House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler, D-N.Y., during a CNN interview. "It doesn't reflect the caucus, and I'm sure upon reflection, she might choose other words to describe her feelings".
"She could have said it better than that, she got her point across but there's other ways you can get your point across without using swear words", Kevin Stevinson said.
The spokeswoman said that people calling for Trump's impeachment have been doing do so because they simply "can't beat him when it comes to policy debate", and they have "no solutions" for the United States.