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Trump renews attack on minority congresswomen; congressman offers sharp rebuke

WASHINGTON - As President Donald Trump launched a fresh Twitter attack Sunday on four minority congresswomen he said were "not capable of loving our Country," a senior Democratic congressman who was active in the civil rights movement half a century ago offered a searing rebuke of the president, saying he now has "no doubt" Trump is a racist.

Rep. Elijah E. Cummings, the Maryland Democrat who chairs the House Oversight Committee, said Trump's repeated excoriation of the four freshman Democrats - and his praise of the patriotism of rallygoers who chanted "Send

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