Donald Trump, “de Blasio is the Single Worst Mayor in the History of New York City”
Donald Trump blasted New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio Wednesday, saying, “He’s one of the most incompetent men. He is the single worst mayor in the history of New York City.”
The presumptive GOP presidential nominee said that the city’s residents are not happy with Mayor de Blasio, either. “He’s letting a great deal go to Hell. The city has a lot less spirit under him, including people that work for the city,” Donald Trump said.
“I deal with people that work for the city. They have lost their spirit. They’re embarrassed by him as a Mayor.” Adding, that more people are homeless in the area, “which is sad for the people.”
Donald Trump says that political corruption in New York, his home state, is the worst in the nation. “I’ve been to every state and I don’t see anything like this. What they have going on here is amazing, in terms of corruption.”
Bill de Blasio, who has been New York City’s Mayor since Y 2013, has been the subject of numerous investigations, with at least 4 of these inquiries involving fundraising, his election campaign or a nonprofit group connected with him, according to the NY-T’s. .
Donald Trump’s criticisms of the Mayor got personal when he said Mr. de Blasio never thanked him for completing a long-delayed golf course in the Bronx.
“I never got a note of congratulations from this maniac,” Donald Trump said.
According to the data, the Trump golf course is more successful than other courses owned by the city and records show the real estate mogul made $3.8-M in greens fees since the course opened in April 2015.
Donald Trump is now ahead of Hillary Clinton in the latest Rasmussen Reports weekly presidential poll by 2%
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