Lauren Boebert Compares Ilhan To TERRORISTS, Refuses To Apologize | The Kyle Kulinski Show

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Boebert agreed the call did not go well. On her personal Instagram account, she gave her version of the call: "I never want anything I say to offend someone's religion, so I told [Omar] that," she said. "Even after I put out a public statement to that effect, she said she still wanted a public apology because what I had done wasn't good enough."

On Friday, the far-right congresswoman tweeted an apology "to anyone in the Muslim community" offended by her comments, but not an apology to Omar.

Instead, Boebert said, as Omar pushed for a direct and public apology, she said that Omar "should make an apology to the American people" for her past rhetoric. After that, Boebert said, Omar "hung up on me."

Boebert also doubled down, saying she would put "America first, never sympathizing with terrorists. Unfortunately, Ilhan can't say the same thing."

Omar has her own history of controversial comments, including antisemitic remarks. House Democratic leaders condemned those comments and Omar apologized.

The contentious phone call likely means the House will have to deal with the fallout of Boebert's comments when the chamber returns this week. Omar, along with Democratic leaders, has called on Republican leadership to act.

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