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Rep. Mark Meadows, R-N. C., refused, the sides in the ongoing feud between President Trump and Rep. Elijah Cummings, D-M. D., Monday, to the conclusion that “neither the man is a racist.”
“I’m friends with the two men, President trump and President Cummings. I know both men well. Neither man is a racist. Period of time. Both love America,” Meadows said Monday in a statement.
“I think, if we can, in addition to the partiality in the investigation, we find cross-party solutions for the benefit not only of the Chairman Cummings’ district, but the country as a whole. I am determined, to this end, with the two of them.”
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Meadows, who is the Chairman of the conservative liberty Caucus, has reported a close relationship with the two trumps, and Cummings, the hills. His statement came on the same day Al Sharpton, a Baptist minister and founder of the civil rights group National Action Network, told MSNBC on Monday that congressional Republicans have suddenly “reject laryngitis” and Trump condemn criticism of Cummings.
“We must say that we are not him directly, to ever grow up, but we can certainly make the knowledge all around him, that you go with him or you’re going to be with us,” said Sharpton said, noting Senate majority Leader Mitch McConnell, a powerful Republican, prior to his next re-election in Kentucky in the year 2020. Sharpton is the trip from Baltimore this week, in the midst of the controversy.
The feud between Cummings and Trump after the President responded to Cummings’ recent criticism of the conditions of migrants in detention facilities at the U.S.-Mexican border.
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The President, the Congress, deputies were called to the Baltimore district, “a disgusting, rats and rodents infested mess.” Baltimore is “FAR WORSE and more dangerous” than any migrant detention facility by the U.S. customs and border controls, an Agency whose leaders are appointed by the President, Trump added in a series of tweets.
Several of Cummings’ allies condemned Trump’s tweets as “racist,” since the majority of the constituents who live in the Baltimore district is African American. Trump pushed back to say that Cummings is itself “racist” and more energy in the improvement of in his district.
Fox News’ Charles Creitz contributed to this report.