Trump weighs in on the importance of New York races

PF0274 Westhampton, NY, USA. 17th Aug, 2018. President DONALD TRUMP speaking with Represenattive LEE ZELDIN (R-NY) upon arrival on Air Force One in Westhampton, New York on August 17, 2018 Credit: Michael Brochstein/ZUMA Wire/Alamy Live News

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President Donald Trump warned voters Sunday that criminals will “completely rule the streets” in the state of New York if Democrat candidates are reelected.

After recently endorsing Republican gubernatorial candidate Lee Zeldin, the 45th president has continued to remind voters of the damage Gov. Kathy Hochul, D-N.Y., and Attorney General Letitia James have done to New York, particularly with rising crime.

Sharing his thoughts on the issue of crime in New York, Trump wrote on Truth Social, “Attorney General Letitia ‘Peekaboo’ James is absolutely against fighting the record setting murder and other forms of violent crime that is taking place in New York. She is a complete disaster!”

According to Fox News, a recent Quinnipiac poll showed that New York voters are more worried about crime than they are about issues like inflation. With the Democrat Party’s failed bail reform laws in New York, Zeldin and the state’s other Republican candidates have been able to provide a tough-on-crime alternative to the left’s approach, putting pressure on Democrats such as Hochul and James.

Trump warned that if James and Hochul both are reelected, “New York will quickly dissolve into a Third World Hell Hole, where violent criminals will completely rule the streets – If they don’t already?”

The 45th president has issued numerous warnings to the American people that have come true throughout the Biden administration. As a result, Trump stated, “Remember, all of my predictions have been right!”

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