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Trump threatens San Francisco with environmental violation over 'needles in ocean' days after repealing clean water laws

Independent Thursday, 19 September 2019
'They have to clean it up. We can't have our cities going to hell'
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News video: Trump Accuses San Francisco Of Environmental Violations Due To Homeless Population

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President Trump wrapped up his California tour by taking a shot at San Francisco. He threatened EPA action over violations related to the homeless crisis, specifically citing pollution, such as used needles, flowing into the ocean. Joe Vazquez reports. (9-18-2019)

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