After the “politically motivated” MAGA riots, the Trump Organization sued New York City for canceling the contract with the Bronx Golf Club
The Trump Organization has sued New York City for canceling the contract with the Bronx Golf Club after the Capitol riots, a move described by the Trump camp as “politically motivated.”
The organization blasted the mayor Bai Sihao In court documents submitted to the Manhattan Supreme Court on Monday.
“Mayor de Blasio has a pre-existing, politically-based tendency to terminate Trump-related contracts, and the city used the January 6, 2021 events as an excuse to do so,” the newspaper said. According to the New York Post.
The lawsuit stated that the city’s reason for canceling the contract was trump card The organization’s “taint the brand” after January 6 will be difficult to attract professional games to the stadium, which violates the lease terms.
Soon after Capitol riotsWhere Donald Trump supporters stormed the US Capitol in Washington, DC, de Blasio announced that the city plans to cancel the Bronx golf contract and three other Trump Organization attractions in the city.
He walked back and closed other attractions—Central Park Carousel, Wollman Rink, and Lasker Rink—but the plan to cut down the golf course in November is clearly still valid.
The organization’s lawsuit alleges that the ability to host games is not part of the lease terms—and also insists that the stadium can actually attract games.
According to court documents, the contract should have run for another 14 years.
The lawsuit stated that the organization’s operator, Trump Ferry Point, “has fully complied with and will continue to fully comply with its obligation to operate the licensed venue as a top-notch, championship-quality daily fee-paying golf course.”
The Trump Organization opened the course in April 2015 after signing a contract with the city in 2012.
According to the Washington Post, before the company took over the land in the Bronx, it was a landfill for nearly 50 years.
Trump’s camp claims that the effort to terminate the contract is just another example of Mayor de Blasio’s attempt to push his “own partisan agenda”.
“The city government has no right to terminate our contract,” a Trump Organization spokesperson said in a statement.
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“Mayor de Blasio’s behavior was purely politically motivated and has no legal basis. It is another example of the mayor’s efforts to advance his partisan agenda and interfere with free enterprise.
“But for our participation, New Yorkers will still pay attention to environmental issues rather than spectacular world-class golf courses.”
Court documents stated that if New York City could not prove that the Trump Organization violated the agreement and terminated the contract, New York City could own the company for $30 million.