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Trump on prospect of New York mayoral bid: ‘I would love that’

FFormer President Donald Trump has toyed with the idea of ​​running for mayor of New York on Saturday if he were to vote against another presidential candidacy.

Trump, who visited the city to mark the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, met with a group of New York City police officers and answered questions, including one about the prospect of a candidacy At the mayor.

“Well, that’s an interesting question,” replied Trump with a laugh, leaning over his harsh message against crime. “I would love that. We could work it out. I would say, ‘Guys, good luck, get into town.’ They would announce in a week: ‘There is no crime in this town.’ “


Trump, who now resides in Florida, has yet to announce a run for president in 2024, accusing campaign finance laws of keeping him mom. But he responded to multiple inquiries about his plans, telling people who interviewed them that they would be “happy” with his decision.

“I think you’re going to be very happy,” Trump told an officer who asked about his intentions on Saturday, saying he made up his mind.

The former president was warmly greeted by the friendly crowd. As he exited the New York City Fire Department on Saturday afternoon, Trump was applauded by firefighters, many of whom shook hands with the former president and posed for photos with him.

Later Saturday evening, Trump referred to his status as a native of New York when praising the city’s response to the 9/11 terrorist attacks.

“As a longtime New Yorker, it was extraordinary to witness the strength and resilience of the people of this incredible city – and it is indeed an incredible city,” he said. in pre-registered trademarks screened on the National Mall in Washington, DC, as part of a Let Us Love service.

Trump, who enjoys lasting popularity in the GOP, declined to back down suggestions that he should run for a post other than president, calling Conservative commentator Wayne Allyn Root’s recommendation to run for Congress and to continue the “very interesting” presidency. However, a former Trump spokesperson clarified days later that he “had no desire to speak.”


Since the Taliban took control of Afghanistan, Trump has stepped up criticism of President Joe Biden. In a message released on Saturday honoring those killed in the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, Trump said the pullout had made Biden look “a fool” and urged people not to be afraid.

“America will be great again,” he said, apparently referring to his 2016 campaign slogan, “Make America great again”.

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Original author: Jeremy Beaman

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