DANA PERINO (HOST): Two of the most polarizing congressional candidates out there had a very good night. Congressional correspondent Chad Pilgrim is live on Capitol Hill.
CHAD PILGRIM (FOX REPORTER): The squad is sticking together. Ilhan Omar prevailed in her primary and he raised money from pro-Israel groups after she declared the strong relationship between Israel and the united States was only about money. Despite raising $4 million, she defeated him capturing 57% of the vote. The district is where police killed George Floyd, solidly democratic. Omar likely returns to congress next year. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Rashida Tlaib followed suit last week in Michigan. Ayanna Pressley is running unopposed in her primary. In Georgia, Marjorie Taylor prescribes to conspiracy theories and opposes Omar and Talib serving in Congress. They want to put their hand on the Koran and be sworn in, no. You have to be sworn in on the bible. We have an Islamic invasion into our government offices. Now, president trump has tweeted his support for green. That is a Republican district and what that means is that it is likely she will win the general election in November and come to Washington January 3rd when the new congress starts next year.