Thin-Skinned Trump Goes After Elijah Cummings
2015 Trump Blames Baltimore Issues on Barack Obama
Donald Trump, while planning to run for office, tweeted that “Our great African American president hasn’t exactly had a positive impact on the thugs who are so happily and openly destroying Baltimore.” Calling out Obama's race just makes this comment a racist one at best, and knowing that Baltimore has one of the highest rates of Black population just solidified it.
Trump then continued to tweet that he had a big job to do. He told Obama to go to Baltimore and bring both sides together because, with proper leadership, "It can be done! Do it." And he didn't just stop there; he said, "Can we drop Donald Trump off in the middle of Baltimore so he can show Obama how it's done? I would fix it fast!"
Donald Trump, you are now the man sitting in the White House—show us how it's done!
Elijah Eugene Cummings was born in 1951 in Baltimore, Maryland. A bright student, he graduated from high school with honors. Just the beginning of the achievements that he would earn.
He attended Baltimore City College, Howard University where he earned his Bachelor's Degree in Political Science. Holding several positions in government organizations in school. He went on to attend the University of Maryland, graduating from Law School in 1976 and practiced law for 19 years.
He became a member of the House of Delegates for the 39th District from 1983-1996 at which time he ran for the US House of Representatives for District 7 and has held to present day.
Most recently, the cause on Elijah Cummings mind is the treatment of the immigrant children in cages under the new rules set forth by Trump and his administration. Mr. Cummings is working within his committee to get answers. Donald Trump doesn't like it and his think skin had been put to the test and he has been found lacking, by attacking Elijah Cummings.
Kimberly Klacik Plays Politics With the Black People of a Another District
Kimberly Bray Klacik, GOP Strategist has no record of ever working on a GOP campaign of any kind; she claims on twitter to have worked on two campaigns, but she doesn't name them. She publicizes herself well, on Twitter and Facebook, where not only is she strategist, she's a journalist and she makes it known that she was elected to Baltimore County Republican Central Committee for District 6, not the District she is covering for Fox News. On Pinterest and Instagram, where she pushed pictures of Donald Trump, his tweets on Elijah Cummings and her excitement that the President mentioned her and was watching "her" show.
Ms. Klacik has a website called Potential Me where she lists herself as the Executive Director and writes about herself in the third person; she mentions that she struggles with connecting to reality. All of her social media pages show studio dozens of photographs of herself and her cleavage. Additionally, she has a YouTube account to promote herself as well.
In 2015, Ms. Klacik was thanking Elijah Cummings. Today she goes on the attack.
Ms. Klasick's district, like District 7, has issues of its own. While Mr. Cumming's district has much-needed attention, the question that one needs to ask is why Ms. Klasick's is watching over someone else's district instead of her own. She was elected by District 6 and is neglecting those she ran for to go after and get in the good graces of Donald Trump. Ms. Klasick should have also done her homework before exposing Donald Trump's son-in-law as a slum lord in part of her very own district.
JK2 Westminster, LLC slum lords
Jared Kushner, the son-in-law of Donald J. Trump, is still a shareholder of Kushner Companies. Jared Kushner is not just the Presidents son-in-law, he's also his senior White House advisor.
JK2 Westminster, LLC is a subsidiary company of Kushner Companies. They've had over 500 cases against them from tenants for mold, mice infestation, leaks.
Tenants have left, some with permission to break their lease; others paid their lease in full and moved out and have had lawsuits filed against them. Kushner Companies instead of taking care of the issue, sue them and make themselves the victims all the while collecting government money through their HUD contracts.
The company buys up old complexes for rentals to minorities. Fifteen of their complexes were built in the 1960s and 1970s. And since Baltimore does not have public housing, many of them are rented through section 8 assistance.