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Trump Compares Chicago Crime To Afghanistan

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Trump Compares Chicago Crime To Afghanistan

Trump Compares Chicago Crime To Afghanistan

President Donald Trump visited Chicago and had nothing but bad things to say about the city.

According to Reuters, the president compared the crime in Chicago to Afghanistan.

He said: “Afghanistan is a safe place by comparison, it’s true.” This was the first time Trump visited Chicago since becoming president.

Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot was not surprised by Trump’s “insulting, ignorant buffoonery.”

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