BOW, NH – Demanding White House candidate Elizabeth Warren beat President Trump on Saturday for "ugly and racist" tweets sent to House Oversight Committee Chairman Elijah Cummings, D-Md.
were directed. Trump published a series of tweets in which he described Cummings as a "brutal bully," describing legislators' suburbs and suburbs in and around Baltimore as a "disgusting rat-and-rodent disorder."
The Massachusetts Senate One of the leading candidates for the nomination of the Democratic President – gave an interview with Fox News and the Concord Monitor primary state New Hampshire in the context of a campaign stop in the Federal President.
"The President's tweets are ugly and racist and are part of his general pattern of provoking as much hatred and discord as possible in America," Warren said.
"Donald Trump has a central message, and that is true for the whole of America. If something is wrong in your life, blame them, "she added." Accusing people who do not look like you. Accusing people who are not the same color as you. Accusing people who do not reverence you. Accusing people who were not born where you were born. Blame Them. "1
Trump was evidently referring to Cumming's questioning of border guards in his role as chairman of the House Oversight Committee. Earlier this month, the chairman yelled at the acting head of the Homeland Security Department, Kevin McAleenan, that the department was doing its "best" when it comes to security, humanitarian crisis at the border.
"What does that mean? What does that mean when a child sits in their own stool and can not take a shower? Come on, man, "he shouted.
Warren's reversal of New Hampshire occurred one day after the two members of the Granite State's US representatives, Annie Kuster and Chris Pappas, had initiated an impeachment investigation against the US President for obstructing the judiciary.
Warren, who was one of the first Democratic aspirants of the year 2020 to call for the impeachment process, argued that the long-awaited testimony of former Special Envoy Robert Müller was strengthened before Congress on Wednesday Democrats are pushing for impeachment.
When asked if Müller was the case in the hearings, Warren replied quickly, "He's already done it in writing. 448 pages. And he said nothing in the hearing that undercut or contradicted any part of his report. In fact, he has strengthened him in different places. "
" When asked whether Trump would be prosecuted if he were not president or if he was not president, Müller seemed to go beyond that line. And that is the case. If you read the entire section on obstruction of justice, it is clear that if he [Trump] was not president of the United States, he would have been handcuffed, "she added.
But Warren would not criticize House spokeswoman Nancy Pelosi, who reiterated on Friday that she intends to launch an impeachment investigation only sluggishly – or the former vice president of 2020, Joe Biden, who advocates Pelosis approach. "My intention is not to criticize other Democrats," Warren said. 19659005] Adam Shaw of Fox News contributed to this report.