Listen: Donald Trump, Iran And President discussed on Ben Shapiro
"Com and subscribe so I get a Washington post reports on Donald Trump targeting the homelessness problem and their take away is that he cares about foreigners. I'm not a foreigner I was born in the United States I pay taxes in a light exorbitant insane levels of taxation. it from us take care of the homelessness problem. it is a federal issue of federalism issues from where I sit but on a moral level he is that right is that right. but Philip bump is talking about well this is really just about this is really mostly about foreign investment. really that that's what it's about that's what it's about. now I I feel like you're you're sort of missing the point. he said it's remarkable the trump went as far as to frame this is a concern for for intense. he said if that's the central concern of trump's it's odd to mention it explicitly okay he mention a thousand reasons why cares about that and any mention that some people come from abroad to my property and live here and then the place turned out to be horribly run I'm in the meanwhile president trump is ordering Stevenage in the treasury secretary to substantially increase sanctions on Iran as late that is the correct move. you said on Wednesday that he ordered a substantial increase that of course follows strike Saturday on the crude processing plants and oil fields in Saudi Arabia by around. it's not clear what exactly that means. the president has told reporters one ounce details over the next forty eight hours treasury the White House the state department in response the N. B. C.'s requests to comment at this point but obviously exerting more pressure on the Iranians a better solution than caving into their pressure so good for president trump. for doing all that. but just a second we're gonna get to a bizarre bizarre story out of Baltimore Hey we're critics are now saying that a Baltimore crab house is a cyst why well because they dress code and dressed because our apparently races also we'll get to a columnist for the Huffington post."