Donald Trump makes a lot of money in New York, for example by running ice rinks – but that’s over now. The city pulls the ripcord.
- The riots on Kapitol likely for Donald Trump also have far-reaching consequences for business.
- The City of New York would like to end the business relationship with the outgoing President.
- Mayor Bill de Blasio said New York “doesn’t do business with rioters.”
New York – The riots on Kapitol in Washington on January 6th have consequences – not just for Donald Trump in his role as US President, on which the curtain may fall prematurely through impeachment. The events also have consequences for the private Donald Trump: The city New York wants to establish business relationships with the incumbent US President Donald Trump and his company “The Trump Organization” break up. The mayor of the city, Bill de Blasio, announced this on Wednesday (January 13th, 2021) on Twitter.
„New York City doesn’t do business with rioters, ”wrote de Blasio, playing on the attack on that Kapitol from last week, for which many blame Trump. De Blasio announced that the city was taking steps to revise the contracts with the Trump Organization to end, which operates approximately two ice rinks and a carousel in Central Park and a golf course in the Bronx.
Because of the Capitol attack: City of New York wants to end business relations with Donald Trump
According to a report from the magazine Forbes said the city New Yorkwho have favourited contracts with the Trump Organization could be finished within a month or so. They brought Donald Trump’s company around $ 17 million in sales last year. De Blasio said in an interview with TV station MSNBC: “Inciting an uprising against the US government is clearly a criminal activity. The City of New York will no longer have anything to do with the Trump Organization.”
New York City doesn’t do business with insurrectionists.
We’re taking steps to TERMINATE agreements with the Trump Organization to operate the Central Park Carousel, Wollman and Lasker skating rinks, and the Ferry Point Golf Course.
– Major Bill de Blasio (@NYCMayor) January 13, 2021
Not just the city New York ended loudly Forbes business relationships too Donald Trump. Signature Bank in New York also closed Donald Trump’s personal accounts and asked him to resign. The golf company PGA of America originally wanted to hold its championship in 2022 at Trump’s Golf Club in Bedminster, New Jersey, but has now discarded this plan. Social networks like Twitter have permanently or temporarily blocked Trump’s accounts. (Ines Alberti)