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Pelosi calls Kushner a ‘slum Lord’ in the defence Cummings

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Talk-radio-host Robert Patillo and Dom Giordano weigh in on the feud between President Trump and Maryland Democrat Rep. Elijah Cummings.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, Jared Kushner, a “slum Lord and cried,” on Thursday, as they defended the democratic Republic of the Elijah Cummings and his Baltimore-area district following days of attacks from President Trump.

Pelosi, a Baltimore native whose father and brother served as mayor of the city, Trump said, should with Kushner, after the majority of humiliated black district in a multi-day Twitter flood.

Kushner’s family has apartments in the buildings and other real estate in the Baltimore area and has been criticised for the types of despair and neglect of the accused to ignore Trump Cummings and the local leaders.

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“The President doesn’t know — this comes as no surprise-really, what he’s talking about,” Pelosi told reporters. “But maybe you could ask his son-in-law, a slum Lord, if he wants to talk about a rodent infestation.”

In an interview with The Baltimore Sun, Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski Jr., said the County was threatening to Kushner company, to it at the address code violations and other issues at some of its properties.

Kushner stepped down as CEO, if he is a member of the trump administration in 2017.

Trump Cummings, a 13-term Congressman, Chairman of the House Oversight and Reform Committee, attacked over several days, dubbing him a racist and say its Baltimore district is in worse shape than the southern border with Mexico.

The President described it as “disgusting rats and rodent infested mess.” He was condemned by the Democrats for his comments.

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The verbal attacks came after the Committee authorized subpoenas for the communications of White house officials, including Kushner, via private E-mail accounts and messaging apps.

The Democrat-led house passed earlier this month a resolution that condemned trump for comments as racist, by giving something that were aimed at the four women in the Congress of the color.

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He tweeted that they should go to the “crime-infested places” from which they came, and then: “you come back and show us how it is done.”

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In defense of Cummings, Pelosi called him the pride of Baltimore.

She said Trump’s comments reflect his own “insecurity and his own lack of understanding of what progress really is.”

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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