‘Unforgivable’: NYC mayor seeks to end city contracts with Donald Trump

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New York City is looking to terminate its contracts with Donald Trump who currently runs two Central Park skating rinks and some other facilities after a pro-Trump mob breached the US Capitol.

Mayor Bill de Blasio said the president had committed a clearly unconstitutional act which led to people dying: ‘That’s unforgivable’, de Blasio said on Tuesday 

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