It’s safe to say President Trump has a… complicated relationship with California. So, this might be shocking.
Trump has come down hard on the state’s sanctuary policies. He frequently criticizes California over its trash and housing problems.
But when American citizens are in need? President Trump doesn’t back down. In fact, he refuses to let partisan disagreements stop aid when it’s needed most.
And it seems California can’t help but acknowledge the help.
From Daily Caller:
Democratic California Gov. Gavin Newsom praised the Trump Administration’s response to the Coronavirus outbreak Monday.
“We had a private conversation, but he said ‘We’re gonna do the right thing’ and ‘You have my support,’” Newsom said. “All of our support, logistically, and otherwise.”
“He said everything that I could have hoped for,” Newsom added. “Every single thing he said they followed through on.”
Woah. California Gov. Gavin Newsom thanked the president for his response to the coronavirus problem.
While the rest of the media and Democrats attack Trump, Newsom is doing just the opposite.
I guess he can’t afford to spread misinformation, when his state is seeing case after case of the virus.
He needs help. It’s no time for partisan politics.
Newsom praised Trump saying, “He said everything that I could have hoped for.” He went on to say, “Every single thing he said they followed through on.”
That’s a far cry from what Puerto Rico’s leadership said after they received Trump’s help. Trump said loads of aid to the island, only to get bashed by their leaders.
(We later learned all that aid was hidden and kept from being used.)
Newsom is bucking the rest of the Democrats to acknowledge the hard work the Trump administration is doing.
Under Trump’s task force, Mike Pence and other leaders are providing round-the-clock aid.
Health leaders are containing the virus, while others are providing testing kits. They are working with private companies as well to prepare treatment and even a vaccination.
How can anyone not thank Trump for that kind of response?
Author: Adam Casalino