Last week, during the first televised presidential debate between President Donald J. Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden, the commander-in-chief spoke ill of the City of Brotherly Love.
“Bad things happen in Philadelphia,” Trump said.
The president, without evidence, said the commonwealth’s mail ballot process can’t be trusted. Election officials have refuted Trump’s claims.
Trump’s disparaging remarks about Philadelphia generated memes, t-shirt designs and a wide range of emotions.
P.O.C. hits the streets of Philadelphia to get residents’ reactions to Trump’s now-infamous statement.
This video contains raw audio from various different community leaders and residents of Philadelphia. No faces will be provided. Residents will be providing answers to a series of repeated questions. Hear what some have to say about President Donald Trump saying “Bad Things Happen in Philadelphia”. This raw audio was recorded in October 2020, in Philadelphia.