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Trump Says High Taxes And Spike In Crime Could Help Him WIN New York In 2020 Elections

Trump says high taxes and spike in crime rates could help him WIN New York in 2020 election as he pledges to ‘solve all problems’ in the city

  • President Trump said on Thursday that he will try very hard to win New York in what would be the first time since Ronald Reagan
  • ‘I will lower taxes and make New York City a safe place’
  • He asked, “Who can be happy when you live in Manhattan, your taxes are skyrocketing, the quality of life is far away and they get rid of the police?”
  • Trump is convinced that Republicans will get seats in south Brooklyn, Staten Island and New York state

President Donald Trump has said he will devote much of his reelection campaign to turning New York around, saying he would use the reported rise in crime rates in NYC and a pledge to cut the notoriously high taxes to help voters for themselves. to win.

Crime in his native New York City has risen amid the coronavirus pandemic, and Mayor Bill De Blasio has blamed the outbreak, while officials claimed the release of several inmates to reduce the spread of the virus led to the spike.

Trump hasn’t specified his plan to bring down crime in the Big Apple, but he recently threatened to unleash federal troops on the streets following unrest over protests against police brutality and racial injustice.

‘What has happened in the last six months is insane. It’s insane. So we’re going to try really hard to win New York and that will be the first time … since Ronald Reagan, ” he told the New York Post on Thursday.

President Trump said on Thursday, 'I'm going to cut taxes and I'll make sure New York City is a safe place'

President Trump said on Thursday, ‘I’m going to cut taxes and I’ll make sure New York City is a safe place’

Trump said in an interview, `` Who can be happy when you live in Manhattan and your taxes are through the roof? And your quality of life is far away, and they are ripping off the police? '

Trump said in an interview, `` Who can be happy when you live in Manhattan and your taxes are through the roof? And your quality of life is far away, and they are ripping off the police? '

Trump said in an interview, “ Who can be happy when you live in Manhattan and your taxes are through the roof? And your quality of life is far away, and they are ripping off the police? ‘

“I’ll cut taxes and make New York City a safe place… this is a treasured diamond of this country. And we can’t let this happen to New York. ‘

He added: “Who can be happy when you live in Manhattan and your taxes are soaring? And your quality of life is far away, and they are ripping off the police? ‘

He took part in an interview in the Oval Office and agreed with his political director Brian Jack, who said that Congressional District 11 – which covers Staten Island and the southern parts of Brooklyn where pro-police protests have taken place – can help to to win seats.

Jack also said “there are quite a few opportunities in the state too,” referring to the 19th district that borders Connecticut, Vermont and Massachusetts.

‘I think we can get some, five seats? And that’s in addition to trying to win it. I think we can grab a lot of seats, ” Trump said, adding that he gets the vast majority of the votes in the United States.

He participated in an interview in the Oval Office and agreed with its political director Brian Jack, who said that 11 Congressional Districts - which includes Staten Island - can help win seats. Mayor Bill de Blasio greets Inspector Isa Abbassi as New York City's second Black Lives Matter mural was painted by volunteers in the Borough of Staten Island on June 19

He participated in an interview in the Oval Office and agreed with its political director Brian Jack, who said that 11 Congressional Districts - which includes Staten Island - can help win seats. Mayor Bill de Blasio greets Inspector Isa Abbassi as New York City's second Black Lives Matter mural was painted by volunteers in the Borough of Staten Island on June 19

He took part in an interview in the Oval Office and agreed with its political director Brian Jack, who said Congressional Districts 11 – which includes Staten Island – can help win seats. Mayor Bill de Blasio greets Inspector Isa Abbassi as New York City’s second Black Lives Matter mural was painted by volunteers in the Borough of Staten Island on June 19

He agreed with his political director who said Congressional District 11 - which covers Staten Island and the southern parts of Brooklyn that have seen pro-police protests - can help win seats. A Trump boat parade is depicted on the Hudson Rover on July 19

He agreed with his political director who said Congressional District 11 - which covers Staten Island and the southern parts of Brooklyn that have seen pro-police protests - can help win seats. A Trump boat parade is depicted on the Hudson Rover on July 19

He agreed with his political director who said Congressional District 11 – which covers Staten Island and the southern parts of Brooklyn that have seen pro-police protests – can help win seats. A Trump boat parade is depicted on the Hudson Rover on July 19

He promised to look into state and local tax (SALT) deductions, which allow taxpayers in high-tax states, such as California, New York, and New Jersey, to deduct local tax payments from their federal tax returns.

Trump’s Tax Cuts and Jobs Act set a cap of $ 10,000 on itemized deductions claimed for property sales and earnings, but there was no limit before 2018.

People who get 88 percent of those benefits earn more than $ 100,000. However, the standard deduction for single filers is $ 12,200, $ 2,200 more than the specified maximum.

“We’re going to watch SALT, we’re going to investigate crime, we’re going to investigate all things and solve the problems – of the many problems they have in New York.”

He said his investment in NYC was listed with several other blue states.

‘For example, we think we’re going to win New Mexico, we think we’re going to win Minnesota. We think we might have a shot at Virginia because they have a very, very strange governor. ‘

Trump criticized Virginia Governor Ralph Northam, who in May convicted him for promoting the use of hydroxychloroquine to treat COVID-19, despite experts advising against it.

Trump criticized Virginia Governor Ralph Northam, who in May accused him of promoting the use of hydroxychloroquine to treat COVID-19, despite experts advising against it. “We may have a shot at Virginia because they have a very, very strange governor,” Trump said

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