Crime, Politics

Hogan, Olzsewski weigh in on Trump-Cummings Twitter war over Baltimore

NOTTINGHAM, MD – Governor Larry Hogan and Baltimore County Executive have chimed in on the ongoing Twitter war between President Donald Trump and Rep. Elijah Cummings.

In response to Rep. Cummings’ incessant complaints about what Cummings perceives as unacceptable conditions at the US-Mexico border under the president, Trump fired back over the weekend.

On Saturday, President Trump unleashed a tweet storm directed at Cummings:

Several prominent Twitter users shared a peek at what conditions are really like in Rep. Cummings’ district.

The president’s tweet storm continued throughout the course of the weekend:

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Baltimore Mayor Bernard C. “Jack” Young weighed in with his two cents:

The Twitter war even drew the attention of Rev. Al Sharpton, who chose to categorize the president’s tweets as “racist,” even though there was no mention of race in Trump’s tweets:

Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski has chimed in on the ongoing Twitter war, tweeting the following:

On Monday, Governor Larry Hogan said “enough is enough.”

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