On Sunday, speaking on CNN’s State of the Union with host Jake Tapper, Los Angeles mayor Eric Garcetti accused President Trump of lacking empathy for the fire-stricken victims of California’s fires, saying loftily, “Even if you’re a partisan, you should be stepping up with empathy.
Vis-à-vis caring and empathy, when Los Angeles experienced record-breaking searing heat last week, and temperatures reached roughly 120 degrees in some parts of the cities, Garcetti, noting the power shortage plaguing the city, suggested that some people use a fan.
Tapper pointed out that Trump had declared California’s fires a disaster three weeks ago, prompting Garcetti to pontificate, “But there’s a refusal to, in a blaming blue states over red states in his mind, I mean, I remind people there’s a million Republicans that live here in the city of Los Angeles. Even if you’re a partisan, you should be stepping up with empathy.”
Garcetti also caterwauled about Trump saying forest mismanagement had contributed