Instead, Trump long expressed anger at Cumming's attempts to investigate members of the government and identified Baltimore as the weekend's destination.
The President's attacks on Cummings have caused an inner shake of the head as they target a legislator who is generally even popular among Republicans. Most adjutants believe that the four Democratic congressional women Trump had previously attacked were a better target because of their far-left political positions.
North Carolina's Republican Mark Meadows praised both Trump and Cumming's president on Monday targeting the Maryland Democrat, whom he calls his friend.
Meadows, who was involved in the fight between Trump and Cummings because of his close relationship with both men, made his remarks in a text message that he sent to the political commentator of CNN, Rick Santorum, who reported Monday on CNN's "The Lead with Jake Tapper".
Santorum said Meadows had given him permission to read the message publicly.
"Nobody works harder for his district than Elijah," Meadows said in the text message. "He's passionately interested in the people he represents, and no, Elijah is not a racist, I'm friends with President Trump and Chairman Cummings, I know both well, and neither is a racist."
Nonetheless, Trump has said the past day when he believed that his city center messages resonated and were not influenced by the concerns of his advisors.
On Monday night, the president continued his broadside against Cummings and Baltimore.
"Baltimore's numbers are the worst in the United States in terms of crime and economics, as billions of dollars have been pumped in over the years, but to no avail, the money has been stolen or wasted. Ask Elijah Cummings where it went is Supervisory Committee! "Trump tweeted.
In response to some of the President's weekend tweets, Cummings tweeted, "Mr. President, I am going home to my district every day, every morning I wake up and go and fight for my neighbors It is my constitutional duty But it is my moral duty to fight for my constituents. "