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Rep. Omar is 'sorry, not sorry' for anti-Semitic comments

Rep. Ilhan Omar by Tony Webster is licensed under Creative Commons Creative Commons
Rep. Lee Zeldin, a Jewish Republican from New York, says he isn't buying Rep. Ilhan Omar's apology for comments that many said were anti-Semitic. 

Omar, D-Minn., said in a tweet Monday that she apologizes "unequivocally" for her latest comments, in which she suggested that Israel was paying off lawmakers to keep them pro-Israel. 

But Zeldin noted that her apology still said AIPAC is "problematic."

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