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New York backtracks on de Blasio’s plan to close Trump-owned ice rinks

Eric Trump cheered city hall’s decision

The city is doing a full "180" on its plan to shutter Trump-operated ice skating rinks.

 

City Hall on Sunday reversed Mayor de Blasio’s move to shutter Lasker and Wollman rinks in Central Park six weeks ahead of their typical April closing dates —  in an effort to freeze-out his political rival.

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13 minutes ago, king of the county said:

New York backtracks on de Blasio’s plan to close Trump-owned ice rinks

Eric Trump cheered city hall’s decision

The city is doing a full "180" on its plan to shutter Trump-operated ice skating rinks.

 

City Hall on Sunday reversed Mayor de Blasio’s move to shutter Lasker and Wollman rinks in Central Park six weeks ahead of their typical April closing dates —  in an effort to freeze-out his political rival.

A clear and blatant abuse of power by democrats thwarted. 

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1 hour ago, XavierOnassis said:

Trump has never followed the rules as a businessman or a president.  He tried to foil the legitimate election of Biden by creating a fatal insurrection. That is a far worse offense than closing an ice skating rink.

There is a small problem ... he was acquitted of such a charge... Just like all of the other "fake" charges the dems have made only to prove tTrump's innocence ... lol dems can not make a case for shit ...  

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