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New York authorities announced the termination of all contracts with the Trump Organization

New York City Terminating Contracts With Trump Organization

New York authorities announced the termination of all contracts with the Trump Organization

Trump family is going to appeal the decision of the City Hall of New York in court

New York City officials have announced that they have canceled all contracts with the Trump Organization, a conglomerate of hundreds of companies solely or primarily owned by President Donald Trump, who was born in the Big Apple. New York Mayor Bill de Blasio explained that the break in contracts is related to the riots caused by Trump supporters last week outside and inside the building of the US Congress..

“The City of New York does not intend to be associated with these unforgivable actions in any form,” – said in an official statement by Bill de Blasio, released on Wednesday.New York authorities announced the termination of all contracts with the Trump Organization De Blasio said the City has begun a process of “breaking all contracts” for the carousel and two ice rinks in Central Park, which generate approximately $ 17 million in revenue for the Trump Organization each year..

Trump’s son Eric condemned the decision and warned that the actions of the New York City Hall will be challenged in court.

“This is another example of Mayor de Blasio’s incompetence and blatant disregard for facts,” said Eric Trump. “New York City has no legal right to terminate our contracts, and if they do, they will have to pay the Trump Organization $ 30 million. This is discrimination for political reasons, which we plan to fight vigorously. “.

The president’s private business has been severely damaged in the January 6 riots by Trump supporters. Earlier this week, the American Professional Golfers’ Association decided not to host its championship next year at Trump’s golf course..

Ecommerce Platform Shopify Shuts Down Trump-Related Online Stores And Major Social Networks Shut Down Trump-Owned Accounts.

On January 6, Donald Trump spoke at a rally in Washington, which was attended by thousands of people who arrived in the American capital for the “America’s Salvation March.” Trump called Biden an “illegitimate president,” stressing that “we cannot allow this to happen. We will fight with all our might, otherwise … we will lose the country,” the president said..

Following this, thousands of Trump supporters headed for the Capitol, where lawmakers began the process of certifying the victory of President-elect Joe Biden in the November 3 election. Many of the marchers knocked down barriers previously set by the police and broke into the Capitol building. As a result of riots and clashes, six people died..

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