Why can Mint no longer connect to my American Express account "Problem signing in!" (yet "GO TO BANK" manual login works), with verified correct User ID and Login?

For years, Mint successfully displayed my American Express transactions.

But since Jan 27, my American Express credit card account in Mint says: "We cannot connect to your bank. Make sure the login you use there is updated in Mint." 

Then in the Accounts pane, the American Express account says "Problem signing in!" 

When I attempt to "FIX IT" and "GO TO BANK", I am able to login to my account. 

When I "Edit my bank info" in Mint and re-enter my correct User ID and Password, the problem remains the same. I even changed my Password on the American Express site and then entered the new password into Mint to see if that would help, but the same problem occurs. 

I've called American Express twice and they say the problem is on Mint's side. Please help. 

Thank you.

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