Congresswoman Ilhan Omar brought her fight with President Trump back to Minnesota, as she and colleague Rashida Tlaib of Michigan addressed supporters at the State Capitol Monday afternoon:

“We are going to fight this administration and the oppressive Netanyahu administration until we take our last breath.”

Tlaib says the reason she initially agreed to Israel’s restrictions for a visit but then changed her mind, is because of her grandmother:

“She said I’m her dream manifested, I am her free bird. So why would I come back and be caged and bow down, when my election rolls her head up high, gave her dignity for the first time.”

But in a letter to Congresswoman Omar, over 50 Minnesota House Republicans say her support of the Boycott, Divest and Sanction movement against Israel “lends legitimacy to anti-Semites.”