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Former President Donald Trump said Sunday that beneath the superficial veneer of Democratic Party loyalties, a seething resentment of President Joe Biden’s policies makes all things possible in this year’s presidential election.
During an interview on Fox News’ “Sunday Morning Futures,” host Maria Bartiromo asked the former president if he really believed that even deep-blue New York could become Trump country.
With a touch of sarcasm, Bartiromo asked whether the Republican front-runner might hold a rally in the South Bronx.
“Yeah, I think I will do that,” Trump shot back. “And I think I’ll do one maybe at Madison Square Garden.”
He then explained his logic.
“Do I think we have a chance? New York has changed a lot in the last two years. We have migrants all over the street. They are living on Madison Avenue,” Trump said.
“Nobody can believe what’s happened to New York,” he said. “The people of New York are angry. People that would have never voted for me because I’m a Republican. I mean, they’re Democrats. Their parents were Democrats. They would vote for Democrats.
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