President of the United States, Donald Trump has challenged the Governor of California, Gavin Newsom to as a matter of urgency resolve the homeless crises of his jurisdiction or feds will step in.
As everyone rejoice the Christmas eve, that hasn’t been the case for Trump and his administration. The President said he wasn’t happy and issued an ultimatum on the homeless crisis of the Golden State to the Democrat’s first-term governor, warning of federal intervention if the issue is not addressed soon.
A post monitored on the President’s Twitter handle reads: “Governor Gavin N has done a really bad job on taking care of the homeless population in California, If he can’t fix the problem, the Federal Govt. will get involved!”
Governor Gavin N has done a really bad job on taking care of the homeless population in California. If he can’t fix the problem, the Federal Govt. will get involved! https://t.co/2z8zM37PUA
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) December 25, 2019
The homeless situation in California is no more just the responsibility of government as individuals have joined the campaign to push the Governor Gavin to take a step further.
American commentator Tomi Lahren, frustrated by the situation took to her Twitter timeline to express her opinion as asking the Governor of California to take accountability.
Take accountability, Gavin. This is your state and you and your democratic cohorts created this mess. You can’t blame @realDonaldTrump forever. Step away from the hair gel and get to work!!! https://t.co/yMmwF7VgFA
— Tomi Lahren (@TomiLahren) December 20, 2019
San Francisco and Los Angeles as well as the smaller cities of California are in a mess according photos circulating. However, this month’s tech giant Oracle moved his long-running OpenWorld conference to Las Vegas, citing the “bad street conditions” of San Francisco as a reason.
Trump’s latest Newsom criticism came just two months after the president scorched the governor to do a “terrible job of forest management” as wildfires raged through California.
Fox News contributed to this report