In late October 2019, President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump announced they were leaving the city where our commander in chief was born and raised, and where he left an indelible mark. The Trump family left the city currently under the tyrannical rule of Democrat Mayor Bill DeBlasio, who has a history of supporting brutal communist revolutionaries and relocated to their Mar-a-Lago home in Palm Beach, Florida.

Donald J. Trump will forever be known as one of the most successful real estate developers and job creators in New York City’s history.

President Trump explained his decision in a series of tweets:

 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, the White House, is the place I have come to love and will stay for, hopefully, another 5 years as we MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN, but my family and I will be making Palm Beach, Florida, our Permanent Residence.

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I cherish New York, and the people of New York, and always will, but unfortunately, despite the fact that I pay millions of dollars in city, state and local taxes each year, I have been treated very badly by the political leaders of both the city and state.

Few have been treated worse. I hated having to make this decision, but in the end it will be best for all concerned. As President, I will always be there to help New York and the great people of New York. It will always have a special place in my heart!

All of his tweets have been hidden from the public, thanks to the communist tactics of Twitter that has permanently suspended the account of the President of the United States.

Since he announced he was running for President of the United States as a Republican, the far-left mainstream media has turned against him, ignoring his incredible lists of accomplishments and turning a blind eye to his multiple acts of generosity, including the time he stepped up to save the failing, historic Wollman Rink in Central Park.

The New York Post -Trump’s reopening of Central Park’s Wollman Rink in 1986 was a defining moment for him — and for many New Yorkers, a hell of a first impression.

The Wollman Rink, which opened in 1949, was a beloved Manhattan postcard icon. It appeared in countless movies, including “Love Story.” But it was falling apart, and then-Mayor Ed Koch closed it in 1980.

The city promised to reopen it by 1985. But Koch’s incompetent commissioners and contractors let the job run $12 million over its original $4.7 million budget, and by 1986, the finish line was nowhere in sight.

In June 1986, Trump brashly offered to reopen the rink before Christmas. “If Koch doesn’t like this offer,” Trump said, “then let him have the same people who have built it for the last six years do it for the next six years.”

Koch held his nose and gave Trump the keys. Trump got the ice rink reopened to the public on Nov. 1. Maybe any able construction company could have done the same. But Trump’s success was a tonic to a crime-torn, crumbling city that needed some good news. It showed how private enterprise could handily whip government bureaucracy.

Wollman was a tiny project. But, unlike disputes over taxes and zoning, it told a story everyone could understand. It made Trump a hero, at least for a time. And more than any of his skyscrapers, it lent him the “can-do” reputation that propelled him into the White House.

Now, according to the spiteful, anti-Trump New York Times– New York City is terminating its contracts with the Trump Organization because of the mob riot at the U.S. Capitol, Mayor Bill de Blasio said on Wednesday.

The contracts are for two ice-skating rinks at Central Park, the Central Park Carousel, and the Trump Golf Links at Ferry Point, a city-owned golf course in the Bronx.

Mr. de Blasio said he was ending the relationship because President Trump had incited violence.

The unhinged Democrat New York City councilman Mark D. Levine tweeted about his support for erasing every trace of Trump’s name from New York City, the city he literally helped to build.

I’ve been fighting to cancel these contracts since Trump came down the escalator in 2015 to launch his campaign of hate. These contracts are revokable AT WILL. Trump may sue, but there’s ample precedent for this. * The Trump name will never sully our precious green space again *

I’ve been fighting to cancel these contracts since Trump came down the escalator in 2015 to launch his campaign of hate. These contracts are revokable AT WILL. Trump may sue, but there’s ample precedent for this. * The Trump name will never sully our precious green space again *

The unremarkable Democrat tweets about how impossible it is to “overstate the symbolic power of the cancellation of Trump” in the once violent Central Park that is now a haven for city residents and visitors from around the world.

The unhinged, NYC Democrat Councilman Mark D. Levine tweeted:

It’s impossible to overstate the symbolic power of the cancellation of Trump’s contracts to run businesses in NYC Parks. Wollman, Lasker, and the Carousel in Central Park are beloved places for New Yorkers. The Trump name emblazoned there felt like a punch to the gut.

The fact that a publicly owned golf course in the Bronx–one of the most fabulously diverse places on earth–was run by Trump was always a bitter pill. Thankfully we can now erase this name.

The unremarkable Mr. Levine, whose name doesn’t appear on a single landmark building or park in the city of New York, is that Donald J. Trump earned the right to have his name placed on the ice rink in Central Park and the golf course in the Bronx. No matter how hard socialists in positions of power try, they can’t erase history. New Yorkers know who saved the Wolman rink from being covered up.

The unremarkable Democrat, whose resume includes working as a middle school teacher and founding a low-income credit union, tweeted this childish comment: “Ugly sights you no longer have to worry about seeing on NYC Parks properties.” Perhaps Mr. Levine needs a quick history lesson about why Trump’s name was placed on the iconic Wolman Rink in the first place.

“Inciting an insurrection against the U.S. government clearly constitutes criminal activity,” Mr. de Blasio said in an interview on MSNBC on Wednesday. “The City of New York will no longer have anything to do with the Trump Organization.”

While the city has considered canceling the Trump Organization’s contracts before, Mr. de Blasio said the violence in Washington qualified as criminal activity under which New York City had the right to sever ties with a company.

Mr. de Blasio, a Democrat with roughly a year left in office, said he expected the Trump Organization to challenge the city’s decision in court.

“We’re on strong legal ground,” the mayor said.

Mr. de Blasio’s office said it was notifying the Trump Organization that the city was starting the process of canceling the agreements. The cancellation for the carousel, which is currently closed, would take effect in 25 days; the skating rinks would take effect in 30 days, city officials said. The golf course contract is more complex and could take several months to void.

The more Democrats try to cancel President Donald J. Trump, the more his supporters will dig in. When supporters dig in, they begin to step out of their comfort zone and volunteer to knock on doors or host informational sessions in their homes and church groups to address what many believe is an attempt to strip Americans of our history, of our freedoms, and of our liberty. When 74 million (we believe the number is closer to 80 million+) voters step out of their comfort zones and work together to defeat what many see as a tyrannical takeover of our nation, they can move mountains.

With every unhinged move, Democrats are creating a stronger and stronger coalition of Americans who will legally and non-violently do everything in their power to restore the greatness of America and keep her on the path that President Donald J. Trump was taking our nation, until the day after the election when Trump’s landslide victory miraculously turned into a Biden victory.

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