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President Trump said on Tuesday he can not homelessness California cities to destroy more of “self” is not sufficient, as the state and local officials look only reluctantly to the Federal government to help in the fight against the ongoing real estate crisis in the nation’s most densely populated state.
In an interview with reporters aboard Air Force One on the way in San Francisco, Trump addressed the state’s problem with homelessness, saying: “We can not allow Los Angeles, San Francisco and many other cities self-destruct by what happens.”
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“We have the people, the cars in our … the best car our best roads, the best additions to buildings … where people in these buildings pay enormous taxes, where they went to the places because of the prestige, the” Trump. “In many cases, they came from other countries and they moved to Los Angeles, she moved to San Francisco, because the prestige of the city, and all of a sudden the tents you have. Hundreds and hundreds of tents and people at the entrance to your office building. And you want to go. And the people in San Francisco are sick of it, and the residents of Los Angeles, the nose full.”
“The people in San Francisco are sick of it, and the residents of Los Angeles, the nose full.”
Earlier this week, Gov. Gavin Newsom, a Democrat, and several California mayors, and County and state officials asked the trump management for 50,000 additional vouchers for those who reported the most by the housing crisis, the Los Angeles Times. In the letter, signed Monday, they also demanded the Federal government to accept incentives for landlords, the housing vouchers.
“This is a pretty remarkable opportunity, if you are sincere in your wish,” Newsom said at a press conference. “If she is insincere, and, God forbid, about anything else — politics, not good policy, then refuse it completely. I hope this is not the case.”
The President’s two-day fundraising trip to California has been taken to prevent protests and swift criticism from prominent target, that awakening of Republican support in the Democrat stronghold state before 2020. Meanwhile, officials of the implementation of the political differences of language aside short enough to greet the President in a partnership in the management of the homeless in the state.
Los Angeles mayor Eric Garcetti, a Democrat, said in a Facebook video post in front of the trump of the arrival, that he hoped the President would be added to work with the city to end homelessness, but he was not invited to a meeting with the President during his stay in Los Angeles.
Trump said he would discuss potential solutions in California’s homelessness crisis, with the US Department of Housing and Urban Development Secretary, Ben Carson, when he comes to join the President in the Bay of San Francisco and then Los Angeles. Carson asked, to discuss a meeting with the Los Angeles police chief Michel Moore, housing problems, including homelessness. You will be expected to meet on Wednesday.
As a trump card fails speculated to announce potential policy proposals to address homelessness on the West coast during his California trip, local officials, and that Trump homeless people delete plans tent camps he refers to the reporters on Air Force One, and the people move of the government-run women’s shelters in the country, the Los Angeles Times reported.
The Department of Justice and Los Angeles law enforcement union officials advised to bypass the possible “workarounds” to, court settlements, judgments and court to prevent the procedure that the Los Angeles Police Department the ability to clear homeless camps from public property, the newspaper said. To increase on Monday, the White house also considered the possibility of the liberalisation of the housing market, the supply of apartments, condos and houses in California.
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Trump began his two-day California fundraising trip on Tuesday with a $ 3 million Bay Area lunch in the home of the co-founder of Sun Microsystems, Scott McNealy, followed by a $5 million Beverly Hills dinner at the home of real estate developer Geoffrey Palmer. He is expected to get an additional $7 million on Wednesday with a Breakfast in Los Angeles and lunch in San Diego. Trump tour is to raise money for Trump’s victory, a joint fundraising Committee, consisting of the Trump campaign and the Republican National Committee, according to the Los Angeles Times.
Fox News Gregg Re contributed to this report.