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Warren blasts Trump for ” ugly and racist tweets directed at black democratic congressmen

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BOW, NH – Democratic White house candidate Elizabeth Warren President Trump on Saturday slammed for what you tweet as an “ugly and racist” to house Oversight Committee Chairman Elijah Cummings, D-Md.,

Hours ealier, Trump posted a series of tweets Cummings calls a “brutal tyrant” and the Deputy described the urban and suburban district in and around Baltimore as “disgusting, rats and rodents infested mess.”

PELOSI SLAMS TRUMP FOR ‘RACIST’ TWEETS DIRECTED AT CUMMINGS

The senator from Massachusetts – one of the top-tier contenders for the presidential nomination, fired back at the President, in an interview with Fox News and the Concord Monitor during a campaign stop in the first-in-the-nation presidential primary state of New Hampshire.

“The president’s tweets are ugly and racist and you are fueling a part of its General pattern of attempts to, as much hatred and discord in America as possible,” Warren said.

“Donald Trump has a Central message, and this is for all of America, if there is something wrong in your life blame,” she added. “To blame people who don’t look like you. Blame the people not the same color as you. Blame people who don’t worship like you. The fault of the people not born where you were born. You the debt.”

The President accused Cummings, who is black, of “scream and shout, to the great men and women of the Border Patrol on the conditions on the Southern border, when in fact, his Baltimore district is FAR WORSE and more dangerous.”

Trump was apparently referring to Cummings’ questioning of the border guards, in his role as Chairman of the House Oversight Committee. Earlier this month, the Chairman shouted Homeland Security chief Kevin McAleenan action of the Department was doing its “best said,” when it comes to the humanitarian crisis at the border.

“What does that mean? What this means, if a child is sitting in their own feces, can’t take a shower? Come on, man,” he cried.

Warren’s swing through New Hampshire, came a day after two members of the Granite State U.S. House delegation – Democratic and Annie Kuster and Chris Pappas – came to favor the beginning of an impeachment inquiry against the President for obstruction of justice.

Warren, the name of one of the first for the year 2020 in the Democratic contender, begin argued for the house impeachment proceedings, that former special counsel Robert Mueller reinforced the long-awaited testimony before Congress on Wednesday, the Democrats push for impeachment.

Asked whether Müller made during the hearings, Warren quickly replied that “he made it in writing. 448 pages. And he also said nothing in this consultation, which puts undercut or contradict, any part of his report. In fact, at several points, he reinforced it.”

“On the question of whether or not Trump criminal responsibility, if he is not President, or when he not President, Mueller seemed to move over the line. And that is the case. If you read the entire section on obstruction of justice, it is clear that, when he [Trump] were not dragged the President of the United States, he would have been in handcuffs,” she added.

But Warren would not criticize House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, Biden on Friday on a prosecution request or 2020 rival, the former Vice-President, Joe reiterated its go-slow approach at the beginning, who is the Pelosi approach approved.

“I don’t criticize other Democrats,” said Warren.

Fox News’ Adam Shaw contributed to this report.

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