in the vicinityVideoBen Carson visits Baltimore in the midst of turmoil in Trump’s remarks about the city
To defend Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson visits to Baltimore, President of the Trump s comments about city conditions.
Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson blasted the Baltimore Church for him President Trump will move to a new venue Wednesday in his press conference, defended.
Carson wanted to promote a Trump to take the Initiative, as he emerged from a vacant plot of land in the possession of the Morning Star Baptist Church of Christ.
“We just have to all this hostility, all the time,” Carson told reporters, according to the Baltimore Sun, which first reported on the story. “For example, you know, guys, you have been on this property, and here is this Church, which said:” get off our property.’ You know, a Church? When we talk about helping the people. I mean, this is the level at which we are sunken society.”
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Carson was in Baltimore a week after trump’s Twitter feud with Rep. Elijah Cummings, who represents the city. The President was accused of race-baiting, named after the he Baltimore a “rat, rodent infested mess.” (Trump has his comments, as he’s on old video Cummings shows use similar language to describe the community.)defended
Carson ended with the move of the press conference to an adjacent alley.
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The members of the Church said it was nothing personal, claiming that they had problems with the Website-this is free, but turns into a Parking lot and she had no idea, a press conference was planned until they saw how people begin to gather.
“I knew it the Secretary was Carson,” a member of the Church, Gregory Evans said the sun. “I know, it’s a bunch of people were there, the goods on our Website. And we said, ‘Why are you here?’ You have not once asked for permission to be here.”
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Carson, the highest-ranking African-Americans in the trump administration, is a neurosurgeon who practices at Johns Hopkins hospital in Baltimore. At the press conference, he defended trump’s controversial comments about the Maryland city in the midst of a raging criticism of leaders in the state.