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Trump's convenient target

Our view: Is the White House serious about helping Baltimore reduce crime or prosper? Don’t count on it

On Tuesday, Baltimore got a double-barreled reality check about its relationship with President Donald Trump. City Council President Bernard C. “Jack” Young broke bread with Trump adviser Reed Cordish to plead the case for greater federal investment in the city — and left cheerily optimistic, telling a reporter Mr. Cordish took “great notes.” What Mr. Young didn’t know at the time was that earlier in the day, when an opportunity to make such an investment in Baltimore was readily available, the White House took a pass with Attorney General Jeff Sessions announcing a national...

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