Los Angeles Garcetti to speak with HUD Secretary Carson homelessness: report

nearvideo President Trump accuses Nancy Pelosi and Gov. Newsom for California homeless plight

Trump threatens, Federal actions to tackle the Golden State’s crisis; Christina Coleman reports from Los Angeles.

LOS ANGELES-Los Angeles mayor Eric Garcetti is supposed to fly to Washington, DC, late on Tuesday to meet Ben Carson, the head of the U.S. Department of housing and Urban development, homelessness, a report says.

Garcetti, a Democrat and critic of many of President Trump, the policy has said in the past that the homeless Problem is not a partisan and he would be willing to meet with someone about the issue, according to a tweet from a Fox 11 reporter.

His office did not immediately respond to a after-hours E-Mail of Fox News in order to learn specific topics of the meeting.

At the end of last year, members of the trump management, the Southern California city visited, to witness to the city camps, the homeless tent.


The visit of a delegation from several Federal agencies came about two months after the trump suit is called the homelessness crisis in Los Angeles, San Francisco and other large cities, shameful, and criticised the “liberal establishment” for the problem.

Garcetti issued a public invitation to tender for Trump to walk the streets with him, to see the conditions. The mayor released a letter from Trump at the time, indicating that he was looking forward to the cooperation.

Breelyn Pete, Garcetti chief of Federal Affairs, gave an example of how it can be difficult to put the policy in full to the side while the city is the interaction with the trump administration. She told an event in Beverly Hills at the time that the city looked forward, to explain its homeless strategy for the administration of the officials, but added, “they are simply not well thought out, and not knowing quite frankly, not smart enough, what we are doing.”

The Los Angeles Times reported earlier this month, to help the senior trump made the official “quiet but significant progress in the direction of a possible deal” with leaders of the city and would have an unknown amount of funds from the Federal government and the country, to alleviate the homeless shelters in the city.


The Times reported that, you will receive a letter from Garcetti Carson and Trump, where he thanked Carson for “Federal resources” that were offered.

The Associated Press contributed to this report

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