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President Trump on Friday detailed his reasons for the use of his primary residence to Florida rather than New York, and partly the fault of the Democratic politicians for the unfavorable conditions in the Empire State.
“I love New York, but New York can never be too big, again under the current leadership of Governor Andrew Cuomo (the brother of Fredo), or mayor Bill DeBlasio [sic],” Trump tweeted, again, on the “Fredo” moniker he gave over the summer on CNN anchor Chris Cuomo, the Governor of the younger brother.
On Thursday, Trump announced that he would be based in Florida, his primary residence and called in the treatment he had received, to pay, while “millions of dollars” in taxes in New York. “Some were treated worse,” he said. Trump built a lot of his real estate Empire in New York, but has also spent time at his Mar-a-Lago property in Florida.
In his Friday tweets, Trump again his concerns about the taxes, but also cites the high cost of energy and said New York City was “dirty & unsafe again.” He also accused Cuomo of “weaponiz[ing] to do the prosecutors his dirty work (and to keep him out of the jams) …” without reference to concrete evidence.
“The taxes and the energy costs are much too high, Upstate will be allowed to die, as the other States in the vicinity tails & drills for Gold (oil), while reducing taxes and creating jobs by the thousands,” he added.
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“[O]ur respect great police miss, even with water dumped on you, because a mayor and Governor have just not ‘the back.’ New York’s Finest must be cared for, loved and respected,” the President went on.
“Too many prople [sic] leave to complete our special New York,” Trump. “Great leaders would work with the President and the Federal government, wants to bloom that our wonerful [sic], city and state, and to thrive. I Love New York!”
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In July, trump specifically called for de Blasio to do for not enough, to defend New York City police officers from abuse and harassment. De Blasio responded by claiming that Trump would not be “welcome back to New York City” after his time as President. 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.
Cuomo responded to Trump’s residence Thursday evening change Via Twitter: “Good riddance… He is selling everything, Florida.”
Trump is expected to participate in a mixed martial arts fight Saturday night at Madison Square Garden, a few days after he was booed loudly in a World Series game in Washington, D.C. The President is expected to spend the night at the Trump Tower and is still in the city, when the New York City Marathon starts on Sunday, potentially adding to the traffic of suffering.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.