Trump Digs Up Bernie Sanders Quote Comparing Baltimore To 3rd World To Shame Dems

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Trump just shamed the hysterical Democrats and it will be very interesting to see their response.

Trump is under fire for his comments about Baltimore and of course, the left played the race card.

So today we have seen a torrent of quotes from Dem leaders describing Baltimore in similar terms but no one is calling the Baltimore Mayor pr Bernie Sanders a racist?

Trump tweeted out: ‘Crazy Bernie Sanders recently equated the City of Baltimore to a THIRD WORLD COUNTRY! Based on that statement, I assume that Bernie must now be labeled a Racist, just as a Republican would if he used that term and standard!’ he charged.

From The Daily Mail:  Trump further claimed that he’d be happy to assist leaders of the urban area clean the city up, if they requested his assistance.

‘The fact is, Baltimore can be brought back, maybe even to new heights of success and glory, but not with King Elijah and that crew. When the leaders of Baltimore want to see the City rise again, I am in a very beautiful oval shaped office waiting for your call! he tweeted.

But a clip recorded on the campaign trail in 2015, captured the presidential candidate suggest the area showed no signs of being within a developed economy, referring to infrastructure and jobs.

The clip was dug up by a Twitter account called Trump’s War Room and was shared in the wake of the backlash Trump received for saying Rep. Elijah Cummings’ district was rat ‘infested.’

Sanders’ full comments at the time were: ‘Anyone who took the walk that we took around this neighborhood would not think you’re in a wealthy nation. You would think that you were in a Third World country.

‘But today what we’re talking about is a community in which half of the people don’t have jobs. We’re talking about a community in which there are hundreds of buildings that are uninhabitable.’

The comments were not the first time Sanders singled out the congressional district for particular criticism. In 2016 he again used Baltimore as an example of the America’s disproportionate distribution of wealth.