Rep. Cummings asks Trump to soften talk about black communities

Rep. Elijah Cummings, D-Md., said Wednesday that he used his meeting at the White House with President Trump on prescription drug prices to also address the president's rhetoric about black communities.
0:32 | 03/09/17

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I said Sam this president most respectfully. When you're talking about the African American community. I want you to. Realize that. All African American communities and not places. Of depression. And where people are being armed as a matter fact I let him know. I've been living in inner city of Baltimore for some 35 years in the same house and that. I think it would be good for him to acknowledge. Yet most African American people are doing very very well.

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