Trump administration officials say they are looking at ways to intervene in california's mounting homelessness issue.
But many state leaders are saying -- no thank you.
Action news now reporter spencer joseph hit the streets today to see what local people and officials are saying about this new issue for the president to tackle& alan haley& for people i talked with& they are hoping that all sides will eventually agree on a solution.
As the 2020 campaign heats up president donald trump may have his sights set on a new issue to tackle& homelessness& especially in california& in los angeles a team of his officials are already on the ground looking at the problem& los angeles mayor eric garcetti saying in part in a letter to the president& "we must put politics aside when it comes to responding to this heartbreaking humanitarian crisis."
But other officials weren't so optimistic& senator scott weiner of san francisco twitting "trump needs to back off and focus on his own mess of an administration."
This isn't the first time the president has singled out homelessness as an issue& he said in a recent interview to fox news& &..
"it's destroying a whole way of life, and it's not our country.
It's not what our country is all about."
Stand up: while the presidents statements are aimed at bigger cities such as la or san fransisco&.
Locally officials are wondering white house officials have not specified what kinds of white house officials have not specified what kinds of actions or solutions they would implement in california.