NYC Dumps Trump. The President Is Quickly Learning He Can’t Go Home Again. 

FILE - In this Oct. 23, 1986, file photo, Donald Trump is photographed in New York's Central Park, in front of the Wollman Skating Rink, which he offered to rebuild after the city's renovation effort had come to a standstill. New York City is looking to terminate its contracts with President Donald Trump to run two Central Park skating rinks and other facilities after a Trump-inspired mob rioted and breached the U.S. Capitol last week, Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday, Jan. 12, 2021. (AP Photo/Mario Suriani, File)

It’s really a good thing President Trump has a second home in Palm Beach, Florida, because New York officials are doing everything they can to make sure he’s not welcomed back to the Big Apple.

As the House of Representatives begin impeachment proceedings on him, New York Mayor Bill de Blasio has essentially canceled Trump from the city, by ending the long-standing contracts for the iconic skating rinks in Central park, the Ferry Point Golf Course in the Bronx and the Central Park carousel.

De Blasio appeared on MSNBC Wednesday morning to make the announcement, and he also revealed that doing it will end a $17 million profit Trump keeps from it each year.

Eric and Donald Trump Jr. run the Trump Organization, and they responded to de Blasio’s announcement by saying the city has no right to terminate the deals, and if they do, they will owe the Trump Org $30 million.

It’s been a bad week for President Trump. Deutsche Bank, the lender that Trump has $340 in loans with announced they would stop doing business with the family.

The PGA says they will no longer have tournaments on Trump golf courses, and every major social media platform has banned Trump from their sites.

President Trump is synonymous with New York City. It’s amazing how far and fast he has fallen from grace in NYC, and de Blasio said the city has the green light to end long-standing contracts that have been in place since the 1980’s. “Our legal team has done an assessment and the contracts make very clear, if a company or the leadership of that company is engaged in criminal activity, we have the right to sever the contract.

‘Inciting an insurrection, let’s be clear I am going to say those words again, inciting an insurrection against the United States Government clearly constitutes criminal activity,” de Blasio said.

Expect some sort of reply from the President, just not on Twitter.

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