Trump states NYC was’so great’ until he left, maybe not too much anymore


Start spreading the news: They are leaving”in droves.”

New York City was in better shape when he had been campaigning for the White House at 2016 than it is now, President Trump lamented at a Twitter message Friday.

The president tweet came amid press reports that residents were fleeing the Big Apple.

“It had been showing signs of potential issues, but was good when I made 4 decades back!” The president wrote.

Rich New Yorkers started leaving for their next houses in town and rural areas since the coronavirus defeated the city in spring — but today several have begun moving out for good, ” the New York Post reported this week.


Moon Salahie, owner of Elite Moving & Storing in nyc, told the Post that 90percent of his customers are moving into the suburbs.

“People are fleeing the city in droves,” he explained. Many of his customers ‘ families with young kids worried about the coronavirus possibly distributing in schools when classes resume.

Oz Transferring told Fox Business it’s witnessed a”extreme” growth in quotation requests, approximately 30% year over year.

Ross Sapir, president of Roadway Transferring, stated for the previous 3 months his firm”could not keep up with the need.”

Most New Yorkers are moving to Florida, California, Texas and North Carolina, Fox Business reported.

A New York Post editorial which Trump retweeted in his article known as the virus that the”final straw” for people exiting.

“New Yorkers are fed up with all the shootings and lootings, homelessness on the roads, sub-par online colleges, sky-high taxes along with also the utter obliviousness of pols such as Mayor Bill de Blasio and Gov. Andrew Cuomo,” the editorial stated.

New York City’s Democratic mayor, Bill de Blasio, abandoned, was a goal of a blistering editorial concerning the Big Apple which President Trump retweeted Friday.

Cuomo, a Democrat, acknowledged that the difficulty in a news conference earlier that season.

“We are attempting to get folks to return. They are coming back now,” he explained.


Trump told the Post this week that his campaign staff thinks they can win New York, a generally deep-blue state.

“Within the past six months what has occurred is mad,” the president told the Post. “So we are going to try really difficult to acquire New York and which is going to be the very first time — is that because Ronald Reagan, I suppose?”

“I shall bring down taxes and I will be sure that New York City is a safe location,” he added. “I meanthis is one of our treasured — this really is a cherished gem of the nation. And we can not allow this happen to New York.”


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