Trump Insults Major US City But Now Plans On Visiting; Residents Respond Perfectly | THE POLITICUS

Trump Insults Major US City But Now Plans On Visiting; Residents Respond Perfectly

Last year, Donald Trump harshly criticized Georgia Rep. John Lewis, tweeting that his entire district was “in horrible shape and falling apart (and not to mention crime infested).” More specifically, he called the city of Atlanta a lost cause. Trump tweeted:

Congressman John Lewis should spend more time on fixing and helping his district, which is in horrible shape and falling apart…”


…(Not to mention crime infested) rather than falsely complaining about the election results. All talk, talk, talk – no action or results. Sad!”


Flash forward to the College Football Playoff Championship game that will occur in Atlanta, Georgia, Monday evening and take a wild guess as to who snagged a VIP seat.

That’s right, the hypocrite himself, Donald Trump.

Trump, along with Americans, will be attending the game that will feature Georgia and Alabama battling for the championship title. Although many may have forgotten the self-proclaimed billionaire’s foul remarks, Atlanta natives surely have not. Like many residents, Josh Calvin is protective of Congressman Lewis and his beloved city. Calvin, who has been a Georgia native for over twelve years, describes the mass improvement of infrastructure within the city of Atlanta, and views Trump as an attention-seeking president.

Calvin :

For him [Trump] to disparage someone like John Lewis is absolutely ludicrous.”


Being consistent in thought has never been one of his strong points. Hypocrisy is definitely his second language.”

Despite Trump’s hopelessness for Atlanta, many natives plan to stick to their southern hospitality roots and show Trump the meaning of kindness. One man in particular, Lloyd Hawk says “we are Southern, so we’ll be polite.”

It is unclear which team the so-called president is cheering for, but it will be interesting to see how Atlanta welcomes Trump after his disparaging remarks.

Featured image via Alex Wong/Getty Images


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