During a sit-down with Fox News host Tucker Carlson, Donald Trump told the viewing audience that the issue of “filth” in major U.S. cities like Los Angeles, San Francisco and New York City “started two years ago.”
The topic came up with Carlson mentioned traveling abroad to cities like Tokyo and Osaka, where graffiti and homeless people going to the bathroom in the streets aren’t issues abundantly seen. Carlson asked why American cities seem to have this problem.
According to Trump, “it’s a phenomenon that started two years ago” and he described it as “disgraceful.”
But Trump’s issue with the “filth” and the homeless weren’t borne out of concern for those living on the streets.
His first thought was that police officers are “getting sick just walking the beat.”
Trump did reference the homeless, however, when he hypothesized that “perhaps they like living that way.”
The Trumpster also expressed dismay that people working in office building have to “walk through a scene that nobody would have believed possible.”
Somehow, this is all the fault of ‘the Liberal establishment.’
Trump explained that when he first arrived in Washington D.C. two years ago, he saw a similar problem and shares, “I ended it very quickly.”
At no time does the president ever express any humanitarian concern for those living in the streets.