The New York Times asked Donald Trump the following:
“What’s the most dangerous place in the world you’ve been to?”Dangerous is relative. And typically I’m not one to judge; if you think a place is “dangerous,” fine. And I get that danger evolves. For instance, I’ve traveled to spots on this planet that I probably would not visit again, out of fear of getting shot up or beheaded.
But Trump clearly has a unique world view, so of course his concept of what is dangerous doesn’t align with, say, the 420,000 of us living in Oakland. Consider:
“[T]here are places in America that are among the most dangerous in the world. You go to places like Oakland. Or Ferguson. The crime numbers are worse. Seriously.”Read the whole story here.
There’s really no need to respond to Trump, Oakland. Just play this song, loud, on repeat.