Oregon Gov claims Trump admin agreed to withdraw federal officers from Portland, but Trump says NOPE!

A little while ago the governor of Oregon announced that the federal government had agreed to withdraw federal officers from Portland, calling them an occupying force:

But Trump said this morning that’s not true at all, that they will remain in Portland until the mayor in the governor clean up the city and stop these riots from happening:

Trump starts speaking at the beginning of the video, saying:

“But Portland — I’ll give you a little report on Portland: We have the courthouse very well secured. Our people have done a fantastic job. You hear all sorts of reports about us leaving. We’re not leaving until they’ve secured their city. We told the governor, we told the mayor: “Secure your city.” If they don’t secure their city soon, we have no choice — we’re going to have to go in and clean it out. We’ll do it very easily. We’re all prepared to do it.

So, in Portland, they either clean out their city and do the job and get rid of the anarchists and agitators, which is what they are. They’re not protesters; they’re anarchists and agitators. We have many in jail. Many of them have been put in jail. It’s going to be a long sentence. They either clean out their city and do it right, or we’re going to have to do it for them.”

So you might say they agreed to pull out, but only AFTER the city is secured and not before. But that’s not what the governor said in her tweet. She claimed they would start pulling out officers tomorrow.

UPDATE: Chad Wolf bolstered the president’s point:

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