Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel on Monday unloaded on President Donald Trump for focusing on the wrong issues.

“You didn’t get elected to debate the crowd size at your inaugural … You got elected to make sure that people have a job, that the economy continues to grow, people have security as it relates to their kids’ education. It wasn’t about your crowd size. It was about their lives and their jobs,” the mayor said.

In his monologue on "The Five" today, Greg Gutfeld said Emanuel should worry less about Trump and more about the violence that's plaguing his city.

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Gutfeld pointed out that Chicago has already had 43 homicides in 2017, nine more than at the same time last year.

He said that means that homicides - or "Rahmicides," as he's dubbed them - are surging at a record pace.

"If I were Rahm, I'd shut up and help the police stop the river of red staining your streets," Gutfeld said.

He argued that Emanuel is upset that there is now a president in office who's focusing a spotlight on liberal policies that prevent effective policing and allow for murderous behavior.

"My suggestion to Rahm: Ask yourself why homicides are surging in Baltimore, Memphis, Austin, San Antonio, Indianapolis, and what they might in common. Then resign."

Watch Gutfeld's monologue above, and let us know what you think in the comments.

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