TAPPER: "But there is a difference."
PSAKI: "Of course. And, look, I think everybody should be focused on helping people in the inner city of Baltimore get the help they need. People would like more jobs, they'd like health care, they'd like all sorts of benefits that the government could certainly support. But there is a commonality and a pattern with President Trump here and I think that's important context. He’s not attacking the Republican governors of eight of the poorest states in the country that are predominantly white. He’s not attacking them. He’s not attacking white Republicans who oversee states in rural communities that also have high levels of poverty, even — "