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Pete Buttigieg calls out Donald Trump on his bullsh*t over rail safety

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pic.twitter.com/GclGYPOm3l— Acyn (@Acyn) February 23, 2023Related: Marco Rubio just learned the hard way why you should never start a Twitter spat with Pete ButtigiegThe White House has previously highlighted a letter sent by Republican Senators in 2021.

It urged the Federal Railroad Administration to expand the use of automated track inspection, instead of using actual staff.Politico also says the Trump administration withdrew an Obama-era proposal to require faster brakes on trains carrying highly flammable materials and mothballed a rule requiring freight trains to have at least two crew members.Buttigieg said that if Trump really cared about rail safety, he’d voice support for the White House plans.“I’ve got to think that him indicating that this is something that everybody, no matter how much you disagree on politics and presidential campaigns, can get behind — higher fines, tougher regulations on safety, Congress untying our hands on breaking rules, all the other things that go with that — that would be a nice thing for him to do,” Buttigieg said.Buttigieg repeated the message in an interview with MSNBC.

Buttigieg said it was “ironic” for Trump to show up at the site.“It was definitely an ironic thing to do. You water down regulations, you weaken the power of the administration to deal with freight railroad companies, and then you show up wanting to be a great friend of the people who have been impacted by a rail disaster.”Buttigieg on MSNBC on irony of Trump going to East Palestine: “You water down regulations, you weaken the power of the administration to deal with freight railroad companies, & then you show up wanting to be a great friend of the people who have been impacted by a rail disaster.”.

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