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De Blasio continued to feud with the trumpet, and says he’s not welcome back ” in NYC after presidency

close tovideo police chief says ‘unacceptable’ treatment of NYPD officers to stop before it spreads

West Miami Police Department Chief Nelson Andreu New York City mayor Bill de Blasio calls for help to put an end to the trend.

New York City mayor Bill De Blasio sat back his attacks on President Trump on Thursday, calling for a debate between the two and indicating that Trump’s home town does not welcome him, after he leaves the White house.

“When his presidency is over, very soon, he’s not welcome back in New York City!” the longshot 2020 candidate, BuzzFeed said. De Blasio is not “also argues that Trump is a Queens native, has built to understand his real estate Empire in the Big Apple, the city.”

“Donald Trump seems to be saying too much, about New York City lately. So I gave him a challenge last night,” De Blasio has.on Friday, along with the video of his comments

TRUMP DE BLASIO CALLED THE ATTACKS ON NYPD OFFICERS: “IT SHOULD ACT IMMEDIATELY!’

De Blasio tweet was only the latest salvo in an ongoing feud, after President Trump, the New not called to do York mayor allegedly enough to protect his police officers.

Former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani, who also serves as a Trump lawyer, De Blasio following called to several cases in which police officers were doused with water.

“This disrespect for the uniform in NYC is the result of a democratic-Progressive (Regressive)-Socialist mayor,” Giuliani tweeted on Tuesday. “This is what happens with knee-jerk disrespect for the police. It will only get worse, until the Left wing are defeated idiots.”

TRUMP RIPS ‘HORRIBLE’ DE BLASIO IN THE WAKE OF THE NYPD’S WATER DOUSINGS, BASHES OTHER DEMS IN 2020

De Blasio responded to the attacks, to Trump by the reduction of the crime s ‘ departure from the city. He said Giuliani, he has not disrespect tolerated for the New York police and alleged that the former mayor contributed to a schism between the police and urban communities.

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“The truth is crime has NEVER been lower in New York City and, because we contributed to bridging the gap between the police and the communities — a separation @RudyGiuliani this,” he tweeted.

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