Donald Trump is in trouble again: City of New York breaks with him – “Clearly criminal activities”

Donald Trump is facing restrictions again.

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The storm on the Capitol once again has consequences for Donald Trump. The city of New York ends its collaboration with the 45th President of the USA.

  • The attack on the Capitol caused a political quake in the United States.
  • Donald Trump* is made jointly responsible for the events.
  • Then the republican* rejected by numerous companies – now pulls New York* after.

New York – The storm on the Capitol in Washington strikes in the USA still high waves. (Still-) President Donald Trump* is responsible for having called for violence. As a result, numerous US companies distanced themselves from Trump and ended the collaboration. Twitter, for example, blocked the 74-year-old’s account – but that wasn’t enough.

Donald Trump: New York ends collaboration – “involved in criminal activity”

As has now become known, the city wants New York all business relationships with Trump abort. Mayor gave on Wednesday Bill de Blasio, a Democrat known to want to break with Trump.

“The contracts make it very clear that we have the right to terminate the contract if a company, running a company, is involved in criminal activity,” said by Blasio the TV station MSNBC. “Inciting an uprising against the government of the United States clearly represents a criminal activity. “

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Trump’s corporate empire consists of hundreds of businesses. It also has contracts with the city New York to operate a carousel, two ice rinks and a golf course. According to De Blasio, the attractions bring in Trump’s company $ 17 million annually. Trump had become known for real estate business in his hometown. In large parts of the liberal stronghold, the outgoing US president has long been despised by the Republicans.

The city had announced a review of the contracts after one of Trump incited mob on January 6th in the Capitol Washington had stormed. Five people died in the process. The president’s guilt has not yet been legally proven. (as / dpa) * is part of the nationwide Ippen digital editorial network

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