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Chicago violence hurts mayor Rahm Emanuel’s political future
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Chicago mayor Rahm Emanuel fired back at President Trump on Wednesday, said the President should focus on other things, instead of badmouthing his town
The mayor was quick with a nod to trump the mounting legal problems one day after the President against the Chicago crime rate and immigration policy at a Tuesday evening rally in West Virginia.
“Firstly, we are always a welcoming city, because Chicago welcomed my grandfather, etc. But let me just tell you this, if I were Donald Trump, I would spend my time trying to figure out which lawyer I’m going to have,” Emanuel told Fox 32 Chicago.
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A night before Trump took jabs in Chicago’s status as a high-crime city, also served as a refuge for immigrants.
“Take a look at Chicago. How about the mayor of Chicago? It is like a war zone. This is what politics do,” Trump said at the rally.
Chicago is known that some of the landscapes far the most violent neighbor, with almost 60 people shot and four people were killed, the last weekend alone, Fox News reported.
But researchers at Fox 32, the violence in the city said “war zones” is “virtually all native Americans,” but as an immigrant.
Emanuel, meanwhile, was apparently to preach, which resulted in the Democratic choir: A new survey, that 70 percent of Cook County residents have an unfavorable view of Trump, the station reported.
Trump and Emanuel have a history of trading barbs.
In July, according to Trump’s Helsinki summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin, Emanuel Trump called safety distance is taken, the Chicago Tribune reported.
“I don’t know if I ever thought, but I did yesterday: Can you actually take away a President of the security check, because you should not always be from intel, the intel community?” Emanuel said, criticism of Trump’s performance at the summit. “I’ve never seen anything like this.”
In the midst of Chicago’s crime problems, Emanuel, faces, buildings, pressure to take action or lay down, the report said.
He was also allegedly under fire for comments that linked the city to the violence, the moral character of the people in some of the ethnic neighborhoods.
Amy Lieu is a news editor and a reporter for Fox News.