‘We need to clean up our filthy big cities’: Trump blasts ‘disgraceful’ state of homelessness in NYC, LA and San Francisco

Tuesday, July 2, 2019
By Paul Martin

Trump gave an interview to Tucker Carlson of Fox News, which aired on Monday
President agreed with Carlson that large American cities were beset by ‘filth’
Carlson mentioned New York, San Francisco, and Los Angeles
President said ‘phenomenon started 2 years ago’ though unclear what he meant

2 July 2019

President Trump blamed Democrats for the worsening homelessness problem in some of America’s largest cities.

During an interview with Fox News that aired on Monday, the president appeared to be saying that the problem has been exacerbated in the last two years, though others interpreted his comments to mean that he believed homelessness was a phenomenon that started two years ago.

‘It’s a phenomenon that started two years ago,’ Trump told Tucker Carlson when the Fox News host asked him about ‘major problem with filth’ in cities like New York, Los Angeles, and San Francisco.

‘It’s disgraceful. I’m going to maybe – I am looking at it very seriously.’

Carlson mentioned the cleanliness of cities in Japan, where he traveled to cover the G20 summit which was also attended by Trump and other world leaders.

‘You come to where we are now, Osaka or Tokyo, and the cities are clean,’ Carlson says.

‘There’s no graffiti. No one going to the bathroom on the street. You don’t see junkies.’

Trump replies: ‘It’s very nice, isn’t it?’

‘Very different from our cities,’ Carlson says.

‘Yep,’ Trump says before adding: ‘Well, no, some of our cities…’

‘Some of our cities, but New York City, San Francisco, Los Angeles – they’ve got a major problem with filth,’ Carlson says.

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