President Donald Trump has alot of work ahead as he needs to undo the damage of the past 8 years of apathy and inept leadership. On Monday he was attacked by Rahm Emanuel for focusing on 'how many people came to the rally instead of taking care of the people'.
The problem is that the issue of how many people came to the inauguration was not a discussion of numbers but of how the press deliberately skewed them and shrunk them down to less than 10% of who really was out there showing pictures of an empty lawn shot first thing in the morning, hours before the inauguration. So we can understand it if Rahm doesn't have a problem with the press misrepresenting Trump. Obama and Hillary also didn't have any problems with the press misrepresenting Trump.
What is hard to understand is how Rahm Emanuel is going to deal with the reality that his city is drenched with blood that wouldn't have been spilled if Chicago had proper leadership. Is attacking Trump a diversionary tactic? That's not what it's going to take to clean up Chicago! In the same conference attacking Trump, Rahm said that “we need to give the police confidence”. How does he plan on doing that?
As you can see in the tweet above and below, there is a problem and it needs to be dealt withh. If Rahm won't then Trump will.
If Chicago doesn't fix the horrible “carnage” going on, 228 shootings in 2017 with 42 killings (up 24% from 2016), I will send in the Feds!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) 25 בינואר 2017