The 2020 Democratic candidates hammer Donald Trump over his racist attack on four non-white freshman lawmakers, who he told to “go back and fix the crime-infested places” they came from. Three were born in America, one is a naturalized American.

Sen. Kamala Harris tweeted: “Let’s call the president’s racist attack exactly what it is: un-American.”

Elizabeth Warren tweeted: “Let’s be clear about what this vile comment is: A racist and xenophobic attack on Democratic congresswomen. This *is* their country, regardless of whether or not Trump realizes it. They should be treated with respect.”

Pete Buttigieg tweeted: “As an immigrant and a citizen, my dad cared deeply about this country. Once, when he was speaking at a campus protest against Reagan’s accommodation of apartheid, a passing student noticed Dad’s brown skin and unique accent and called out: “go home!” He answered: “I am home.”

Julian Castro tweeted: “Go back to Africa.” “No Irish Need Apply.” “Chinese Excluded.” “Go back to Mexico.” In every generation, Americans have faced those who made their political careers by dividing us. We are facing one again. We must stand together and defeat him.”

Cory Booker is fundraising off Trump’s racist attacks. He tweeted: “You don’t belong here. You’re not one of us. Go back to where you came from. We’ve heard this our whole lives. Now we hear it from the Oval Office. If you’re sick of it too, support the women who are leading the fight against Trump every day in Congress.”

Kirsten Gillibrand tweeted:  “The birther-in-chief continues to spout racist, un-American garbage to distract from his failing administration. Democratic women of the House do more to make our country great than Trump ever will.”