NEW YORK (AP) – Mayor Bill de Blancio says New York City will end trade deals with President Donald Trump following the US Capitol riots last week.
De Blasio tweeted on Wednesday morning: “New York City is not doing business with violence.
Trump’s company is under a city contract to operate the two ski resorts and a golf course in Carcel Central Park and the Bronx.
According to de Blancio, City are looking to end contracts with Wolman and Lasker ski resorts at Central Park and the Free Point Golf Course.
De Blasio says Trump’s company earns about $ 17 million a year from those sites.
“The president has killed five people and incited a revolt against the US government,” De delcio said. Shape, way or shape, and we are taking immediate action to end all of Trump’s contracts.
According to the press release, Carusole is currently closed, and the termination will take effect 25 days after the city’s termination notice.
De Blasio has announced in the media that City will terminate the deal for two ski resorts in Central Park after 30 days of written notice.
The mayor added that the process of terminating the golf contract is more detailed “and is expected to take a few months.”
According to De Blancio, the contract could be legally terminated in the city if the management of a company is involved in criminal activities, the Associated Press reported. Reported.
A Trump spokesman said City could not cancel the deal and that the company would “fight hard.”
Linn The January 6 riots are a recent example of the T-TPLF’s crackdown on the business interests of the Republican president.
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