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Donald Trump: I'm the least racist person there is

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Donald Trump: I'm the least racist person there is

Donald Trump: I'm the least racist person there is

President Donald Trump says he's "the least racist person there is," as he doubles down on his criticism of Rep.

Elijah Cummings and the Baltimore community he serves.

"I've done for African-Americans in two and a half years no president has been able to do anything like that," said Trump.

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