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commitment remains strong to his district and to all americans. 2020 race is getting under way in las vegas, fresh off the cnn i'm joined now gutierrez debates this week. 19 presidential candidates are taking part in a critical forum and former governor candidate for public service workers. the presidential hopefuls will be making their pitches, hoping andrew gillham. to land the endorsement from one thanks for being with me. of the biggest labor unions in the congressman has received so much support across the board the country. jessica dean is in las vegas at for his commitment as a public the vaeevent. why is this so important for so servant for deck apds and being many of these democratic if you have moderate or psoriatic arthritis, an eloquent leaderso ma in so m little things can be a big deal. candidates? that's why there's otezla. otezla is not an injection or a cream. can you hear me, jessica? it's a pill that treats differently. ways. for him to be targeted not just for psoriasis, 75% clearer skin is achievable, >> reporter: fred, we're here in by the president of the united with reduced redness, thickness, states but his home to be las vegas. these candidates are looking for and scaliness of plaques. targeted by a burglary attempt, for psoriatic arthritis, an endorsement. otezla is proven to reduce joint swelling, today they get to make their and the president still being case to so many of the members tenderness, and pain. gathered here and watching all and the otezla prescribing information very cold about his response, across the country. they're going to be able to ask has no requirement for routine lab monitoring. others coming out, former about a lot of these issues. don't use if you're allergic to otezla. it may cause severe diarrhea, nausea,
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health care, immigration, or vomiting. otezla is associated with an increased risk of depression. ambassador of the is handling climate change, how are families covering their basic needs and tell your doctor if you have a history of depression there and how the support for or suicidal thoughts health care a really big one or if these feelings develop. him only continues to grow in because there's a lot of the handling of this and how so different plans here and these some people taking otezla reported weight loss. much disappointment continues to members are very focused on how your doctor should monitor your weight grow for the president of the does that impact their and may stop treatment. upper respiratory tract infection and headache united states in this manner. date-to-day lives. >> yeah, fred. so they're going to hear from a may occur. tell your doctor about your medicines i would also say the president number of those candidates and if you're pregnant or planning to be. has not just been cold and cold today. they'll have 15 minutes on the otezla. hearted, he's been outright stage being interviewed and show more of you. they'll get the questions back ♪ irresponsible. the gloating tweet that he sent and forth from the union out yesterday almost [music playing] jerry has a membership to this gym, celebrating, in my opinion, members. but he's not using it. potentially inciting potential nevada has a big hispanic and he has subscriptions to a music service he doesn't listen population. also a heavion population. incidences against the congressman in the future, to me to and five streaming video services he doesn't watch. that's a group they really want to get the endorsement. was obvious live beneath the this is jerry learning that he's still paying for this stuff office of the presidency. that can be a big key turning he's not using. even maybe for donald trump, point on the case. he's seeing his recurring payments in control tower although there seems to be no they have a lot on the table. low for him, there's no bottom in the wells fargo mobile app. all of this with the candidates for his antics and his tactics, this is jerry canceling a few things. booyah. looking ahead to the next debate. yes, there's yet another one. but as for congressman cummings, that's coming up in september. this is jerry appreciating the people who made this possible. the stakes go up a little oh look, there they are. he has been a true statesman, higher. it's tougher to get into that (team member) this is wells fargo. september debate. right now eight candidates have he's stood up and stood tall and qualified. most people think a button is just a button. you're going to need 2% in four followed the advice of my
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>> reporter: ask officials about this or instigated this. however, the president welcome back. the future of the republicans . continues. and one name would come up, wil u.s. economy added 164,000 jobs >> fredricka, just roll the tape again of congressman speaking to hurd. in july and the unemployment us. just moments ago, look at how >> if republicans have any hope rate remained at 3.7%. of picking up seats in this 2020 dignified he was. this marks the 17th straight look at how statesman he was and election, that i am need people month that it's been at or below like wil hurd. then the elijah couple and how >> 41 years old, former 4%. christine romans explains why these numbers could actually be undercover cia, the lone black showing rougher times ahead for house republican who repeatedly the u.s. economy. sad it is that this president made the case that his party, >> reporter: an okay jobs attacks him in this way but we which has grown whiter, older, report, exactly what economists more male, needed to expand its have been expecting, 164,000 net know p mope what the president reach. >> my goal and what i'm trying new jobs for the month, right in line for the average for the to do is makeot thing when he came down the year. though i'll point out it is escalators. like, hey, you're the outlier. lower than the average job that's why he's attacking. creation of previous years. how sadis i have seen poverty >> reporter: it's a position heard, one of the few so this is a job market that has been pretty strong for a long republicans who would vote and time and it's starting to show some signs of maybe petering out and it is white and it is bro speak out against president trump. >> i'm the face of the future here a little bit. where were the jobs? republican party. they were in business and >> reporter: but one he'll no and it is all deplorable and we longer pursue from elected information systems. these are jobs that highly want to eliminate it all. skilled, highly technically but he wants to go back to i office. hurd announced he will not seek oriented jobs that pay better. guess the george bush years and
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sap, well, up know, it only reelection, following seven of in health care this has been black people that are poor. his colleagues earlier this years now of strong health care there's only black people that jobs creation, a really live in these condit year, including two of only 13 the fact is that in america women members. important part of the american unfortunately millions go toe i. a gut punch, one lawmaker told economy and in manufacturing, we saw some faltering there. cnn, yet one made at a time when the bureau of labor statistics but the president only wants to trump is the singular dominant says that's essentially focus and that shows us how force in the economy. >> fortunately i've made the unchanged and for the year untruthful he is. economy so strong nothing is but you know what? basically flat. so you're seeing stalling in america's watching. going to stop us. boasting about a 90% approval this part of the economy and and this is why, fredricka, 51% rating and a divisive and racist manufacturing. almost all the jobs growth has political attack strategy that been in services, not factory of the american public in the latest poll believes the work. that could be reflective of the president is a racist, right? hurd made clear only set back president's trade war. efforts to broaden the party's we'll be closely watching this. it's been the consumer and reach. >> i think those tweets are services that have been super strong for so much of this year. in the house of representatives racist and xenophobic and and democratic party has chosen the president's tariffs, we inaccurate. most republicans don't show up don't know how that's going to in toward to take a conservative play off in months ahead. in that is why a corrector the message. when you have this being the the newest tariffs will hit debate, that activity becomes things that consumers tough and even harder. first black woman to be elected buy, shoes and computer and to the house of representatives. >> reporter: retirements are iphones and all kinds of things part of every election cycle and >> this is a and diminishing its point to a concerted recruitment that are consumer goods that have been protected from tariffs effort, particularly among women until now.
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candidate, as they look to that could change the story for consumers and for jobs later retake the house in 2020. this year. >> thank you so much, christine on. >> i'm fredricka whitfield and i want to bring y democratic asked if the current activities romans. john hope ryan is here with me, with lead to more retirement, the ceo of operation hope, which congressman elijah cummings of is the president's advisory kevin mccarthy said this -- maryland eaves 7th district council on financial capability. you have previously worked with addressing a crowd in blt more >> i think retirement is because this administration. that's where they are. about verbal attacks that he not as much now? >> i've worked with the last received from the president of five administrations and been an the united states. of the congr >> reporter: republicans say adviser last this one. they are going to fight tooth i am talking with them but not and nail to keep the seat in advising. >> what do you want the president to hear, particularly of course the people who live republican hands. when you look at the dow and wil hurd is not leaving the there. >> what i want to say to where it closed on friday. republican party. it was down 98 points but he's doing the opposite of it. he said he's going to remain earlier in the day it was down involved in politics and remain 300 points. involved in the party, even if why weren't investors happier he's not going to be in elected with that jobs report, which is office. he says in his time outside of hopeful. office he will work to grow the >> if you're in an aspirational republican party so it looks more like america. phil mattingly, cnn, capitol hill. >> let's talk further now. i want to bring in karoun economy, you'll love that jobs report. the average american has too much month at the end of their money. the average american is
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borrowing $10,000 to get demirjian and elena schneider. married. consumer debt is going through the roof. so if you're going to have this we know those in the minority situation where you're going to hit the tariff with china and party often leave. it's bound to happen with each costs to average consumers will term but this is quite go up at walmart as a result of remarkable. what is this signaling? that, then it's nice to have >> this signals that the party lower interest rates in the midst of that. that's what i call the political is moving towards a party that economy. by the way, we need to deal with looks more like what president china. i'm glad that somebody's dealing trump's wing of the party is with it. going to look like. how you deal with it is the gop does not have a lot of important. >> there's two things there. women, a lot of people of color yes, you have the tariffs on and those it has it's been chinese products, it means trying to hold on to and use as everyone, american consumers are going to pay more for thing but the examples expand even on that lowering of the and grow our tent and be more interest rates, people are paycheck to paycheck. diverse looking and have a broader rang of perspectives as it sounds hopeful, like a good well. when you have people like hurd idea but you do that when you leaving and other members of of have the signs of a weak the texas delegation leaving, economy. why is this in your view this suggests that, first of all, the party is not speaking dangerous now? >> because people are not fap as widely as it could and some of these seats could not be in financially literal. folks are borrowing $10,000 to
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play and that means the get married. democrats have an opportunity to seize additional seats, which consumer debt for auto loans, puts them even further back in consumer debt for student loans, terms of being in the minority. >> congressman hurd getting particular attention in part $1.5 trillion dollars. because he is the only black everybody needs a massive republican in the house of representatives. financial course, everybody. but the party also appears to be if you can't pay people more, struggling with women as well. we're haven't had a pay hike for the 70s for the middle class, in the mid terms democrats then treat them better, elected a record number of women financial well being at the while republicans fell to just workplace. america doesn't have a private 13 and two of those 13 women are banker. now retiring. that's what operation hope is so can this also be directly trying to do. >> who is the lowering of related to this administration? interest rates helping? >> it's helping investors, >> look, republicans are really facing a serious challenge as builders. it's helping people like me who they head into 2020 because in my other efforts are investing it in things. there are actually more jims it's really helping us. running for reelection in the if you don't embed financial house than there are republicans women. it gives you a picture of just litera literacy, it can hurt those who how deeply they are in terms of can now get cheaper credit but don't know how to pay that off appealing to the suburban women when it comes due. >> same question then, where are who were sofrp critical in 2018
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that republicans need to win the gains for these tariffs on chinese products if it's going back in order to regain a foot to impact american consumers the hold in some of these key most, what's the best argument suburban seats, many of them in for this administration as to why it wants to do this? texas, including wil hurd's >> i think you got to deal with district, which sort of bleeds from the san antonio suburbs out china, as i said earlier. i'd really like them to deal into the rural part of the with intellectual property state. but pete olsen is nor -- another rights stealing. hello. they copy everything really well. you can't just let a bully get away with popping you in the nose. you got to deal with him. how you deal with them is everything. i don't think we're doing this district where republicans feel in an elegant way. they have an edge. it's very sort of gun schrenkl >> karoun, i wonder what kind of approach. i do commend them for dealing with them. impact it could make when you have massive unemployment congressman hurd perhaps still in black and brown elaborates further with what he neighborhoods, massive was struggling with, what unemployment for those who don't have a high school education, brought him to this point when it wasn't that long ago he who don't have a four-year talked about him being really degree. >> even though the president the face, representing a make up likes to tout the lowest ever of the enough republican you kns unemployment rate, particularly
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bomb so to speak. >> right. it depends on what he chooses to among african-americans. >> it like when chris rock said say and what platform he has when he says it. wil hurd has been a critic of i never been to jail. many things that president trump you're not supposed to go to has said and done and he's been able to actually speak openly. jail. i get it. you played a clip how he it's great political sound bite criticized president trump's most recent tweets. but it's a crisis in of city i he's been able to do that go to every week. because people look to him as but these folks are hard working the voice he is specking for a and well meaning. it's what they don't know that certain wing of the gop but he's got a seat that's very important they tonight know. for him to keep. they never got the training. never got the memo. if they can keep him in that >> what do you like from the candidates who want to be seat, they can hold on to parts president? are you hearing a message that of the country that maybe were april dresses any of this from in jeopardy. these candidates? you have a little more latitude >> i think it's all short term. when you're a an elected member i'm hearing -- i don't want the of congress coming from the seat republican party, the democratic that you occupy. if he has a different political party, i want the get it done position or if he chooses to party. i want somebody to give me real have elected office at some point in the future or is speaking from a campaign berth, solutions and not somebody that makes me feel good. he may have more latitude to we were getting a lot of feel speak for openly but if he takes good, not capitalism isism or a step outside the gop and socialism but idealism, which
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there's no longer anything for you can't pay for. the party to protect there and i want two plus two equals four, peacekeep more emphatically about the president than he he's and give america they can bank had to this point. wil hurd have very much what on. i want a political cease-fire on people want the symbol of the gop to become in the fut but poor people. many tombs the party has acted carve the people struggling living paycheck to paycheck out against it's long-term future it have so they can rely on some ben if the for the short-term salient facts and infrastructure game given that we're in an like financial literacy, like election cycle. some kind of a savings vehicle. two of your producers here got >> meantime, democrats who are their jobs through internships. let's have some cogent tax trying to be president are out in battleground nevada courting policy that rewards capitalists a key consistency and that would and biluilders for massive be unions. they are trying to appeal to blue collar workers we saw some internships. trying to do that at the detroit >> the availability of training debates, but how do they need to helps shrink the gap. >> sustainably and tepermanentl. either modify their strategy from what we saw on the deep peopleucation as bait stage now before this forum, which is now under way? >> well, look, i think that they
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they can shove down their all have different theories of the case. throats. you have people like bernie we have all got to get on the same page. i keep joking to folks, sanders and elizabeth warren who everybody wants to be an say we need to throw out the american except americans. we keep arguing with each other structure we have and start from and throwing rocks at each other. the color is not red or blue scratch. that may appeal to some labor unions and those who feel the m has been orking against them. political party, it's green. we've got to get our story line this at the same time there's back and begin rallying for each other. and i just feel that once a going to be a huge population of political leader becomes a hispanic people, wells asian public servant again and not just about me but about we, they pacific islanders. so i think that people like cory will find america rushes to them, not just in the short booker or kamala harris, people term, not just for one quarter, who are really speaking to and not just for one sound bite for addressing communities of color -- >> and right now julian castro a life time. that's what our real leaders for is speaking. >> and julian castro. over 200 years have done. andrew yang in addition. >> thanks so much. >> a tense standoff in hong they've all got different theories of the case they're kong. police and appropriation testers going to be trying to put clashing in the streets for a forward, some may be more ninth straight week. we're live on the ground next. interested in throwing out the
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welcome back. we're watching a situation in hong kong where clashes are erupting between riot police and appropriation te protester for a ninth week in a ♪ so that early retirement we planned. row now. riot police appearing at times it's going ok? great. to be surrounded by the now i'm spending more time with the kids. i'm introducing them to crab. protesters and these demonstrations have centered crab!? they love it. around protester demands for so, you mentioned that that money we set aside. government reform and free yeah. the kids and i want to build our own crab shack. ♪ ♪ elections. i want to bring in ivan watson ahhh, you're finally building that outdoor kitchen. who is in the thick of things yup - with room for the whole gang. ♪ ♪ there in hong kong. see how investing with a j.p. morgan advisor can help you. what is the situation now? >> reporter: we have seen visit your local chase branch. clashes in different neighborhoods. here the demonstrators have taken control. we carry flowers that signifyn why we want to end the disease. if you look over here, you have protesters in the streets here. and we walk so that one day, somebody has been hurling things there will be a white flower for alzheimer's first survivor. down from this high rise and they're kind of firing their join the fight at laser pointers at that.
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more than 20 years agriculture and demonstrators have grown increasingly violent with vandalism and scores of people arrested. what is most disturbing, there sflrchl w welcome back. aes no end in sight here. less than a week ago the government does not seem to be president picked congressman willing to make concessions to the demonstrators and the demonstrators who initially were john ratcliffe for the top post but now he has withdrawn his protesting against a law that would allow extradition to name from consideration. he had very little national mainland china, now there is security experience and his nomination has been in serious just outright anger and hatred trouble from the outset. a republican senate sourceittle of the government here, which is enthusiasm for his confirmation, the president blaming the press appointed by the beijing, not through democratic elections. that is the gorilla in the room, for ratcliffe's downfall. young people who are angry they can't have a say in the future >> i felt that congressman of their city. >> ivan watson in hong kong, ratcliffe was being treated very we'll check back with you. thank you so much. unfairly. i was reading the press. mean too many, this himseasn i think i am a student of the press. i could see the press was treating him i thought very a particularly tough week and a unfairly. he's an outstanding man. half or so in america, largely
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i said do you have want to go through this for two or three months or would you want me to maybe do something else? because of the president of the and he thought about it. united states targeting a i said it's going to be rough. i can see exactly where reporte sitting member of congress, elijah cummings. the preside of course so many sarah westwood joining us from new jersey where the president is spending the weekend. people, including other baltimoreans who came to his aid so what happens now? >> well, fred, president trump and now today elijah cummings in is considering a handful of names as his new nominee for the baltimore april dreddressing al office of director of national has been experienced. intelligence, but president >> come and help, that's right. trump withdrawing that nomination on friday is a tasta again, you need to read the reversal from as recently as "sun" paper. thursday when he was defending i got to give it to them. they showed where baltimore is not getting all the money that ratcliffe as a great pick, a the president claims we're getting and that a huge great man, even gop senators who percentage, i mean, i think we were calling the white house raising concerns there was very got 8 million -- 8 billion over little in the way of national security or intelligence three years and three and a half of that go to our hospitals. and then when you see the
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breakdown, i beg you to go and experience that ratcliffe had read what we have done in this and that he had embellished city. while you're here, almost parts of his security record. anywhere you go anywhere near and prup hesident trump had pri here including downtown is my district. so we work with our business people and they work with us. johns hopkins, university of live privately expressed concern. maryland have been phenomenal. officials tell cnn there was very little vetting before he and so, again, i'm great things. was nominated and trump only desid decided to pull the trigger after he watched the congressman grill mueller just over a week ago. nonetheless, the president when he was leaving the white house to come here to new jersey yesterday defended the white house's process and said there's a role for the media in it. take a listen. >> no, you vet for me. i like when you vet. no, no, you vet. i think the white house has a great vetting process. you vet for me. when i give a name, i give it
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out to the press and you vet for me. a lot of times you do a very good job. not always. i think the -- if you look at it, if you take a look at it, the vetting process for the white house is very good. you're part of the process. i give out a name to the press and they vet for me. we save a lot of money that way. >> president trump says he has a short list of names that he's considering. ea he said he hopes to have an announcement as soon as monday. dni coats said he'll be leaving by august 15th. not a lot of time for the president to choose a successor and an acting director of national intelligence. he's not particularly interested in having sue gordon in the
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again facing unimaginable loss. saoirse kennedy hill was just 22 years old. authorities have not released a cause of death but an autopsy has reveal no trauma. rosa flores has more. >> reporter: one of america's prominent political families struck again by tragedy. robert f. kennedy's granddaughter, 22-year-old saoirse kennedy hill died thursday after found unresponivsponsive at the famil in massachusetts. her mother was one of the children of kennedy and his wife eth ethel. saoirse was transported to a
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cape cod hospital, say police, where she was pronounced dead. the cause of death wasn't immediately released but authorities say an autopsy revealed no trauma. they're now awaiting results of a toxicology reports. the family issued a statement saying their hearts are shattered by their loss. saoirse was passionately moved by the causes of human rights and women's empowerment and found great joy in volunteer work, working alongside indigenous communities to build schools in mexico. her death is the latest in a series of tragedies in the kennedy family. and his brother senator robert f. kennedy were both assassinated. david kennedy, oavid and ethel's children died in a florida hotel after a drug overdose. michael kennedy died in 1997 after a ski accident in colorado
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on new year's eve and two decading ago a small plane crash killed john f. kennedy jr., his wife and his sister-in-law. as for her death, it still remains under investigation. >> more right after this. five deals. for fifteen dollars get a different deal every weekday til six pm like endless shrimp monday admiral's feast tuesday four-course feast wednesday and more. five days. five deals. fifteen dollars. see you before six. fifteen dollars. with every meal, there's a dish. but what happens to all that grease? it flows into your dishwasher, gumming up its performance. add finish dishwasher cleaner with your detergent to help asr
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it feeds my soul. this is what feeds my soul. so i don't have time for -- my
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mother used to say you concentrate on the things that are most important to you and these kinds of things are most important to me. >> reporter: sir, have the house democrats come out in favor of impeachment, is it time to proceed to an inquiry or formal proceedings? >> that's a very good question. up kn-- you know, i've said -- first of all, i'm very clued in with what is going on with regard to impeachment. and i agree with nancy pelosi. up got to keep in mind that i am one of the investigating committees, head up one of the investigating committees. so i think her course is the property one. we are doing our research. we are trying to do our jobs. there may very welcome a time when impeachment is appropriate. i've said many times that one of
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the lines for me would be when and if the administration disobeys court orders because i think then we have no choice. so we'll see. >> did you your committee's work you think ig nignited the president's criticism? >> i don't know. i don't know. i do not know. by the way, to your question, a lot of people question -- may question our decision. remember, i'm not -- i haven't called for his impeachment. and i'm trying to be fair to
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him, too. i want to be fair. that's why we need to do our research. that's the way it is. one of the things that i want is to preserve our democracy. i worry that the democracy that we have will not be if we do not do something. and we'll do it. and we'll do what we have to do to address these issues. but i'm not doing this for myself at 68 years old and a black man in america, i realize my life is short. i'm doing it for generations. and that's what's so important. we want to send people into the future -- i often say our children are the living messengers we send to a future we will never see. and i want to send them strong, right, healthy, bold and full of hope. and so i think, you know, when i
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hear criticism by anybody about my city, what bothers me most is we have a situation where folks are stepping on the foot, on the hope of our children. i don't know what i would have done if i had people in high place when is i was a little boy telling me what i couldn't do. instead i had people telling me what i could do. somebody asked a question what do i want to say to the baltimore community. i want to thank you. i want to thank the johns hopkins of the world. i want to thank the underarmor of the world. they give to programs like this on a weekly basis, on a monthly basis. i want to thank the weinberg foundation, so many foundations and all of those people who have helped us to make sure that our
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children grow up to be all that they can be. all right? that's it. i hope i gave you enough you can work with. >> you see there congressman elijah cummings of maryland, seventh detective there, responding to the week and a half that it has been particularly for him, starting more than a week ago the president of the united states tweeting out criticism of congressman cummings, calling his district, i'm quoting now, the worst run and most dangerous nip where in the united states, no human being would want to live there, insulting a host of people, not just the congressmen but then so many coming out in defense from actress jada pinket to our own victor blackwell, talking about how hurtful seeing those comments from a president of the united states about congressman cummings and how
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those comments impact individuals from baltimore and beyond. the congressman coming out today at a grand opening of a play area in his respond to how so much support has come his way. and ofhim. you know congressman cummings had
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