NYC Protest Begins๐Ÿ”ฅTruckers Block New York! Gov Kathy Hochul SHOCKING Decision Freeze Truckers Acc

US Immigration
28 Feb 202420:21

Summary

TLDRThe video script discusses a multifaceted situation involving a potential trucker protest in New York, Governor Kathy Hokul's warnings, and concerns over the impact on prices and supplies. It intertwines this with legal challenges facing Donald Trump, including a significant fine and criticisms of the legal actions as prosecutorial abuse and a threat to business in New York. The narrative highlights fears of a boycott impacting the city's economy, truckers' reactions, and the broader implications for New York's status as a business-friendly environment. The situation is depicted as a complex interplay of legal, political, and economic factors, with significant consequences for the city and beyond.

Takeaways

  • ๐Ÿ˜  Former President Donald Trump was fined $354 million in a civil fraud case in New York, which he denies and plans to appeal.
  • ๐Ÿšš Some truck drivers are threatening to boycott New York City and refuse shipments to/from the city in protest of the judgment against Trump.
  • ๐Ÿ’ฐ Experts warn that such a boycott could significantly disrupt supply chains and drive up prices for goods in New York and potentially across the country.
  • ๐Ÿข New York officials and businesses are concerned that the case and potential boycott could deter investment and drive companies away from the state.
  • ๐Ÿ‘ฎโ€โ™€๏ธ Trump's supporters claim the case is a politically motivated 'witch hunt' and an abuse of the justice system against the former president.
  • ๐Ÿ—ฝ Critics argue that New York is becoming a 'legal banana republic' and damaging its reputation as a fair and transparent place to do business.
  • ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ There are fears that the case could set a dangerous precedent for prosecutorial overreach and undermine the rule of law in the United States.
  • ๐Ÿ—ณ๏ธ Trump and his allies view the case as an attempt at 'election interference' ahead of his expected 2024 presidential run.
  • ๐Ÿ“‰ Some believe the case could cost New York billions in lost investments and business over the next decade due to concerns about the legal climate.
  • ๐Ÿšง The situation has exacerbated existing concerns about crime, migration issues, and the overall decline of New York City's reputation and appeal.

Q & A

  • What is the potential trucker protest about?

    -The potential trucker protest is in response to the $354 million judgment against former President Donald Trump in the civil fraud case brought by New York Attorney General Letitia James.

  • How are some truckers planning to protest?

    -Some truckers are threatening to boycott and refuse to deliver shipments to and from New York City in protest of the judgment against Trump, which they view as an unfair and politically motivated prosecution.

  • What impact could a trucker boycott have on New York City?

    -A trucker boycott could have a significant impact on New York City, as about 90% of communities in the city rely heavily on trucking to move goods. It could lead to shortages and higher prices for goods in supermarkets and stores.

  • Who is leading the call for the trucker boycott?

    -A trucker named "Chicago Ray" has been leading the call for a boycott of New York City on social media, garnering millions of views and support from some truckers across the country.

  • How are businesses and organizations responding to the potential boycott?

    -The script does not mention any specific responses from businesses or organizations. It states that the National Supermarket Association and the Teamsters Union did not respond to requests for comment.

  • What are some concerns raised about the potential boycott?

    -Concerns raised include the potential damage to New York City's economy and business environment, as well as the potential for higher prices and shortages of goods for consumers across the country.

  • What is the underlying reason for the trucker protest?

    -The underlying reason for the trucker protest is the belief that the judgment against Trump was an unfair and politically motivated prosecution, and a form of "election interference" against his potential presidential run in 2024.

  • How does the script portray the judgment against Trump?

    -The script portrays the judgment against Trump as a "travesty of justice" and an "unconstitutional violation," suggesting that it believes the prosecution was unfair and politically motivated.

  • What other issues are mentioned in relation to New York City?

    -The script also mentions concerns about crime, violence, and the impact of undocumented migrants in New York City, suggesting that the city has broader issues to address.

  • What is the overall tone of the script regarding the situation?

    -The overall tone of the script is critical of the judgment against Trump and the potential impact on New York City's business environment, suggesting that the city is becoming a "legal Banana Republic" and a "loser state" due to mismanagement and unfair legal actions.

Outlines

00:00

๐Ÿšš Potential Trucker Protest and Legal Challenges Against Donald Trump

This paragraph discusses the anticipation of a trucker protest in response to warnings by Governor Kathy Hochul about possible disruptions due to protests, highlighting a ban on certain trucks. It transitions into discussing legal actions against Donald Trump, focusing on allegations of prosecutorial abuse and constitutional violations in the cases against him. Critics argue these cases represent a miscarriage of justice and a dangerous precedent for legal standards in the U.S., with concerns about the implications for prices and the supply chain due to the trucker protest and the potential for business exodus from New York in reaction to the legal climate.

05:01

๐Ÿ” Critique of Legal Actions Against Trump and the Impact on New York's Business Climate

The narrative shifts to criticism of the prosecutors in Trump's legal cases, suggesting incompetence and a deviation from the founding fathers' vision. It highlights the perceived injustice of targeting Trump, suggesting it reflects poorly on the rule of law and could deter business investments in New York. The paragraph also covers the potential repercussions of Trump's legal battles on his business assets, with legal experts questioning the feasibility of seizing his properties. This section warns of the broader implications for New York's business environment and real estate investment, suggesting a mass exodus of businesses and investment from the state.

10:02

๐Ÿ“‰ New York's Declining Business Environment and the Exodus to More Business-Friendly States

This paragraph elaborates on the negative perception of New York as a business location, driven by high taxes, regulatory burdens, and now a hostile legal environment exemplified by the case against Donald Trump. It argues that these factors contribute to New York being labeled a 'loser state' and compares it unfavorably to states like Florida and Texas, which are seen as more business-friendly. The potential for significant economic loss due to decreased investment and the migration of businesses out of New York is discussed, with a particular focus on the real estate sector and the chilling effect on potential investors.

15:03

๐Ÿš› Truckers' Response to Trump's Legal Situation and the Potential Economic Impact

The focus shifts to the response from the trucking community to Trump's legal predicament, with plans for a significant boycott of New York City as a show of support for Trump. This section details the potential impact of such a boycott on New York City's supply chain and economy, noting the critical role of trucking in delivering goods to the city. It also discusses the broader implications of this movement on public perception and the political and legal climate in New York, emphasizing the solidarity within the trucking community and the potential consequences of their actions.

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๐Ÿ—ฝ Broader Implications of Trump's Legal Challenges and Public Response

The final paragraph discusses the broader implications of the legal actions against Trump, framing them as a form of election interference and highlighting the solidarity and action plans of the trucking community to boycott New York City. It emphasizes the potential economic ramifications of such a boycott, suggesting that the city could face significant consequences if the truckers' plans are realized. This narrative underscores the interconnectedness of political, legal, and economic dynamics and the profound impact they can have on local and national scales.

Mindmap

Keywords

๐Ÿ’กTrucker Protest

A planned protest or boycott action by truck drivers to refuse delivery of goods to and from New York City. This is mentioned as a potential reaction to the $355 million civil fraud judgment against former President Donald Trump. The script suggests such a protest could significantly impact prices and supplies in New York and across the country due to the heavy reliance on trucking for transporting goods.

๐Ÿ’กCivil Fraud Judgment

The $355 million judgment, plus interest, that New York State Attorney General Letitia James won against former President Donald Trump in a civil fraud case. The script portrays this as a controversial ruling, with Trump and his supporters alleging prosecutorial abuse and claiming no actual victim or financial loss occurred. This judgment is seen as the catalyst for the proposed trucker protest.

๐Ÿ’กProsecutorial Abuse

The notion that the civil fraud case against Trump represents an abuse of prosecutorial power for political purposes. The script suggests the judgment is unconstitutional, unprecedented, and an attempt to "punish" Trump rather than seek equal justice. It frames the case as part of a broader "weaponization" of the justice system against Trump by Democrats.

๐Ÿ’กBanana Republic

A derogatory term used in the script to describe the state of New York's legal system in the wake of the Trump judgment. It implies New York has descended into a lawless, corrupt regime more akin to a "third-world country" than a modern democracy with an impartial judicial process. The use of this term underscores the perceived injustice of the ruling against Trump.

๐Ÿ’กBusiness Flight

The potential exodus of businesses and investment from New York due to concerns over the legal and political environment following the Trump case. The script warns that the judgment could chase away new investments, real estate projects, and existing businesses seeking more "business-friendly" states like Florida and Texas. This threat of an economic toll is positioned as a consequence of New York's alleged overreach in prosecuting Trump.

๐Ÿ’กElection Interference

The notion that the civil fraud judgment against Trump, a leading presidential candidate for 2024, amounts to inappropriate interference in the upcoming election process. The script frames the ruling as an attempt to punish and undermine Trump's political ambitions rather than an impartial legal matter. This perceived "election interference" is cited as one justification for the proposed trucker protest.

๐Ÿ’กEqual Justice

The principle that all citizens should be treated equally under the law, regardless of wealth, status, or political affiliation. The script asserts that the Trump judgment violates this ideal of equal justice, suggesting he is being unfairly targeted and subjected to a different legal standard than others. The lack of "equal justice" is portrayed as a threat to democratic norms.

๐Ÿ’กMigrant Crime

A concept introduced in the script where Trump associates the flow of migrants into New York City with a supposed rise in violent crime committed by these newcomers. He uses the phrase "Biden migrant crime" to imply that the current administration's immigration policies have enabled this perceived public safety issue in New York, contrasting it with his own stance on border security.

๐Ÿ’กVictimless Crime

The allegation that the civil fraud case against Trump involves no actual victim who suffered financial harm. The script repeatedly asserts that no banks or institutions lost money in Trump's dealings, framing the multi-million dollar judgment as arbitrary punishment for conduct that did not tangibly harm anyone. This "victimless crime" argument is used to undermine the legitimacy of the ruling.

๐Ÿ’กRule of Law

The principle that all citizens and institutions, including leaders and the government itself, are bound by and accountable to the same fair and impartial legal system. The script invokes the "rule of law" to argue that the Trump judgment represents a dangerous violation of this foundational tenet of democracy, putting the credibility and stability of the American legal system at risk.

Highlights

Governor Kathy Hochul is warning drivers to take precautions and heed the warnings regarding a potential trucker protest in New York City.

Several major investment firms are reportedly leaving New York City due to the potential trucker boycott.

Letitia James, the New York Attorney General, is facing criticism for her legal actions against Donald Trump, which some view as a violation of the rule of law and a threat to the state's business environment.

Donald Trump and his supporters argue that the legal case against him is a politically motivated 'witch hunt' and an abuse of prosecutorial power.

There are concerns that the legal actions against Trump could lead to businesses fleeing New York City and deterring new investments in the state.

Some estimate that the case against Trump could cost New York State $1 billion or more in direct investment over the next 10 years.

There are claims that the $355 million judgment against Trump is untethered to any specific damages and is seen as an attempt to punish him and his associates.

A man named 'Chicago Ray' has called for truck drivers to refuse shipments to and from New York City in protest of the legal actions against Trump.

Trump has reposted 'Chicago Ray's' video on his Truth Social platform, potentially fueling the boycott movement.

It is unclear how many drivers are actually participating in the boycott, as it is not an organized effort.

If a significant number of truck drivers boycott New York City, it could have a damaging impact on businesses and consumers who rely on trucking for goods.

There are concerns about rising prices for goods in New York City and across the country if the boycott gains traction.

The situation is being described as volatile, with the potential trucker boycott coupled with an influx of illegal immigrants being sent to New York City.

Some view the legal actions against Trump as part of a broader effort to punish and deter businesses from operating in New York, potentially turning it into a 'loser state'.

There are calls for the people of New York to demand better management and policies to prevent the state from becoming a 'flyover state' and maintain its business environment.

Transcripts

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now to the potential trucker protest

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Governor Kathy hokel is warning drivers

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take precautions heed the warnings so

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we're getting the warning out early so

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all the truckers and trucker

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associations can get the word out as

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well is a ban on tandem trucks and

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tractor

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trailers the very high likelihood that

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there are going to be protests that's

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because we've seen hundreds of protests

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in New York City already the New York

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Times reports several major investment

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firms are leaving thank God for truck

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what could this boycott do to prices not

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just in New York but for all of us

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across the country if the city breaks

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this for an influx of truckers the

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sudden push for preparedness has stores

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rushing to replenish there are fences up

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there are police officers on horse back

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and they're going to have a security

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perimeter that stretches for several

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Avenues here and this is because of the

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two factors the two issues that you sort

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of alluded to right there the first

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is yes so you show me the man I'll show

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you the crime that was a famous saying

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from Stalin's chief of police that's how

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the prosecutorial system is now working

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against Donald Trump today Not only was

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this not a victimless crime Sean you

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want to think about the people who did

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business with Donald Trump they made

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money off of those interactions not just

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average consumers but financial

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institutions so for for her to bring

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this case I think is a legal and

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unconstitutional violation and when

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that's overturned on appeal she's now

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talking about seizing Trump's residences

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in real estate properties I want to know

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what property of Leticia James is going

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to be seized when this is overturned on

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appeal for the damage this is doing to

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our country and to trust in the standard

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of the rule of law in the United States

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of America we need accountability when

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this is overturned on appeal but for now

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I'll say this is a travesty of justice

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and this should not happen in the United

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States of America legal hits keep on

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coming for Donald Trump and the world is

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waking up to the full Banana Republic

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nature of the Judgment handed down

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against the former president in New York

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City last week the corrupt persecution

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by this regime will not stop with me oh

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it's not going to stop with me I mean

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they they gave me a fine of

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$355 million for doing nothing wrong

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this was a fine like never seen before

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and you know the amazing thing the

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Republic

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this the people in this country they

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understood it immediately it's all a big

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hoax if I wasn't running I wouldn't have

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been sued none of these indictments

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would happen how much is this just the

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Democrats utterly weaponizing the

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justice system to punish Donald

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Trump well it's unparalleled and

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unprecedented uh this statute has never

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been used in this way in the history of

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the state of New York no comparable

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statute has been used in this way in the

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entire country no case like this has

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ever been pursued against a leading

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political opponent of the presidential

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candidate or anybody for that matter

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I've been indicted more than some of the

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greatest criminals in the world for

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nothing for nothing if I if my

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plane flies over a blue

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state that evening I get a subpoena to

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report to a Federal

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grand so we're we are in unparalleled

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Waters and consequently what we're

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witnessing is we're seeing a lot of

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blowback from the business Community the

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real estate Community the investment

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Community saying that they will not do

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business in New York as long as cases

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like this are even capable because here

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there was this is extraordinary because

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there was simply no victim the only

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alleged victim the banks testified on

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behalf of President Trump said that they

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would not only do the deal again they

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were glad they did it the first time

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that it was an extraordinarily

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profitable deal for them to even be in

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business with Trump but of course Trump

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paid back every penny nickel diamond

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last week former president Trump was

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slapped with a $354 million judgment

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plus interest that compounds every day

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in his civil fraud case in New York the

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case brought by State Attorney General

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Leticia James in an interview with ABC

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News James warning Trump to pay up we

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are prepared to make sure that the

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judgment is paid to New Yorkers can you

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explain that to me what has happened to

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this great Constitution Republic that is

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supposed to be you know governed by

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Equal justice under the law and equal

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application of our laws every Americans

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should fear this regardless of where

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they stand politically that's what I

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believe this isn't the American dream

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this is the American Nightmare and this

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is not even about Donald Trump it's

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about every other American at home who's

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now at risk of prosecutorial abuse as

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well I think one of the great things

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that happened for this country was in

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the last week seeing Fanny Willis

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actually test ify in that case Sean

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there the American public was able to

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see be these are the people who are

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actually pursuing these cases against

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Donald Trump people have no idea about

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basic geography or the basic idea or the

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understanding of the law as well these

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are not the people that are founding

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fathers and vision should be in charge

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of let alone Prosecuting a former

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president of the United States and

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somebody who's running for president of

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the United States they're rolling over

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in their graves we're supposed to be a

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country where regardless of your skin

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color and yes regardless of your

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political belief there is one standard

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of the rule of law in the United States

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of America and I'm grateful that Donald

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Trump is standing strong that he's

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actually said it beautifully the other

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night actually on Fox on the at the Town

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Hall he said it you know what my

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Vengeance will be success will be my

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Vengeance there's a trap to try to bait

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somebody to come after them in so many

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different directions that you get them

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to crumble or to make a mistake I'm glad

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to see him going in the other direction

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to say that you know what we're going to

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chase success success is unifying

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success ass is how we win and you know

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what I have full confidence that that's

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exactly what's going to happen this

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November even though they've created a

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complicated path to get there the

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Attorney General saying if Trump does

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not have the money to pay off his

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judgment she will go after some of his

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real estate properties including the

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skyscraper at 40 Wall Street I look at

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40 Wall Street each and every day and we

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will ask the judge to seize his assets

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she will not succeed in that effort

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commercial litigation and bankruptcy

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lawyer Jacobs says AG James has to get

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in a long line of others before she

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might ever see a dime from Trump's

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properties number one is the other lean

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holders Equity holders judgment lean

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holders taxes New York City New York

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State the list goes on and on and on

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which he says would take years and as

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has been reported many times Trump does

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not own every building bearing his name

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Trump is known for licensing his name to

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other Developers and circling back to

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his recent civil fraud trial in New York

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Trump has denied any wrongdoing and says

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he will appeal and now you have a court

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trying to limit his ability to challenge

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this at the appellant level by requiring

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he post bond of the full amount pending

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appeal but that he do so in a manner

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that does not take into consideration

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the full value of his Properties or by

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borrowing from someone else or by

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operating in New York and so this is ex

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extraordinary we haven't seen anything

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like this frankly we haven't seen

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anything like this in the whole world in

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a long time and that's why it's so

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terrifying and then Robert this is the

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thing that really concerns me and this

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is what I always tell people you know it

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shouldn't matter whether or not you like

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Trump or think he's the worst human

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being ever to live the fact of the

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matter is today they're going after

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Donald Trump using the law tomorrow it

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could be some other person or somebody

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else who or you who doesn't tow the line

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in whatever the kind of political regime

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of the day you're going to see

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businesses fleeing New York right New

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York has become a legal Banana Republic

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congratulations are you happy with the

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investment they're all gone well some of

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President Trump's supporters are pushing

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back against what they see as an unfair

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justice system threatening a boycott

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that could have a major impact on the

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country's largest city heard that there

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were going to be 700,000 truck drivers

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protesting they work hard they work long

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nobody works harder actually I know a

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lot about Trucking I know a lot about

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Truckers and I know plenty of truckers

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they're great people ridiculous claims

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and ultimately the judgment is

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untethered to any number no there was no

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victim no Bank was lost any money no

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insurance company uh was out anything

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and so you know this judge just picked

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the number out of the air hoping to

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punish Trump the Trump organizations the

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Trump children and others in the Trump

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organization and and I think it just is

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you know it's it's disappointing but you

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know the other thing that's going to

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happen here Rachel is you're going to

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see businesses fleeing New York just

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like Elon Musk left left Delaware you're

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going to see these businesses leave well

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the truckers in New York where he was

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sued this time have decided Well where

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with Trump so we're not bringing any

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goods to New York anymore stuff you guys

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what was wild to me though is that you

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know you've got all these New York

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liberals cheering going yeah yeah yeah

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we got Trump but you know having been in

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New York about 6 months ago I can tell

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you the economy doesn't need this sort

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of chasing out of of successful

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businesses um people I talked to are

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saying that it's a Witch Hunt and in New

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York people are now saying I'm not sure

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I want to go and uh invest in a place

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like this just have a listen to this

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guy New York was already a loser State

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like California is a loser State there

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are many loser States because of policy

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high taxes uncompetitive regulation it

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was already on the top of the list of

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being loser State I would never invest

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in New York now and I'm not the only

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person saying that why should I do

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business here when there are so many

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more business-friendly states that I

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could do business in Florida in Texas

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for example we've seen Elon Musk make

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that historic move so I think people are

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looking at New York and saying unless

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you do something to change the vibe here

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to turn this environment around not for

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me this strikes me as just a complete

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own goal here for New York that they're

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going to chase competitive businesses

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even further out of their High taxing

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High regulation jurisdiction just so

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they can say hey we the guys who got

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Trump that's precisely what's going to

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happen uh conservative estimates is that

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this case is going to cost the state of

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New york1 billion doll or more in direct

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investment over the next 10 years

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because New York's one of its principal

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areas of investment is real estate and

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now you've taken one of its most

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successful one of its most prominent

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people a person who helped Revitalize

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New York real estate downtown New York

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York was not a place to invest until

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Donald Trump was able to convert certain

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buildings into successful properties

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that attracted investment worldwide uh

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all over the world and if if if you're

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anywhere in the world do you want to

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risk your money or your assets in a

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legal system that could steal all of

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your property deny you a right to appeal

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based on nobody suffering any harm of

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any kind nobody wants to do that I mean

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what made America a great place for the

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whole world to invest was the stability

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and reliability and transparency and

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impartiality of our legal system and

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they've jeopardized all of it in the

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name of getting rid of trump and by

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trying to hurt Trump all they've really

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done is hurt New York hurt America hurt

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The credibility of our legal system why

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would we go to New York why take the

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risk my only point is did we just

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diminish the great state of New York and

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the great people of New York and

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shouldn't they ask for better management

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so they don't become a flyover State

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remember New York has the highest tax

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taxes in the country the worst

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regulatory environment and it's

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incredibly mismanaged and I'm pointing

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out now on top of that you get this

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Insanity a a victimless crime and forget

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about Trump it's not about Trump I don't

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care about Trump in this I care about

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America and I care about

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entrepreneurship and I care about

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democracy and the fairness the judicial

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system is now being criticized people

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are asking themselves the bar of New

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York is this judge rational to charge

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355 million in a case where no one lost

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any money is that good for the people of

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New York should the people of New York

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wake up to this and say what's happening

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to us why is this becoming so perverse

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why are we the focus of this Injustice

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and nothing to do with Trump I'm not

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supporting Trump I'm supporting American

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entrepreneurship and New York is slowly

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becoming the number one loser state in

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America

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I'm sorry that's what's happening I want

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to put up my hand and ask governor who's

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next who are you going after next you

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want your hand up for that Kevin put

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your hand down if that's the question

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what do you mean every every

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entrepreneur in New York is saying am I

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next Who's Next let's penalize all the

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developers all across America they've

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all done the same thing all of them

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should go to jail and we should stop

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building buildings that's what the

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message is from New York even the

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governor herself is concerned about what

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this looks like to investors all around

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the world it's not just us domestic all

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around the world people are talking

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about what happened here thank you very

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much this is getting wild because Texas

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is still trucking illegal aliens into

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New York like it's a thriving business

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the truckers are like well we're not

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bringing Goods anymore so you've got no

13:56

Goods coming in Via these trucks is and

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you've got piles of illegal immigrants

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just still like hey you guys you guys

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vote them here you love this kind of

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thing you're a sanctuary City on you go

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then more migrants for you it's it's

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creating the most uh volatile situation

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right under our nose New York was

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already a loser State I would never

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invest in New York now and I'm not the

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only person saying that I have to

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Syndicate that debt and all that Equity

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we're talking billions of dollars here

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do you think any foreign institution or

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any private Equity Firm or any pension

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fund would touch New York no and that's

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why New Yorkers should be concerned the

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fine people of New York should ask

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themselves why are we such a loser State

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how are we going to attract business

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it's not just the existing businesses

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that are fleeing out to Texas and

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Florida what about new money like this

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that I'm talking about like a $4 billion

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data center not a chance I would put

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that in New York York zero probability

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never and so they've got a lot of work

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to do to find themselves getting out of

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this situation winner States versus

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loser States look at Tennessee right now

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fastest growing city in America

15:11

Nashville winner State good policy

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competitive taxes you've got to start

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thinking about this in the context of

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winners and losers New York Mega loser

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state New York has become a legal Banana

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Republic but before I even arrive at the

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Oval Office I will

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when the presidency I will be doing

15:32

things that will be amazing why should I

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do business here when there are so many

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more business-friendly states that I

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could do business in Florida in Texas