New York City's Mayor Bill de Blasio suggests that Amazon's New York City campus ̵
On Sunday morning, de Blasio responded in the affirmative when Chuck Todd of NBC News 'Meet the Press' And what was going on there. "
The Democratic mayor said:" And that $ 3 billion would be back in tax incentives. "
" There's no money – right, "de Blasio added.
Amazon had chosen the Long Island City neighborhood to build a $ 2.5 billion campus that could house 25,000 workers.
" If we were willing to give away $ 3 billion for this deal, we could invest those $ 3 billion in our district, if we wanted to. We could hire out more teachers. We can fix our subways. "Ocasio-Cortez said last week after the technology giant announced on Thursday that it had dropped plans to build the new headquarters at America's largest city of amid pressure from politicians and activists.
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The mayor also noted Todd that the deal could have been
"Amazon, too," de Blasio said.
"I have no problems with my fellow progressive critique." "The bottom line is, this is an example of an abuse of corporate power. They added "New York City."
He added, "They said they wanted a partnership, but they were criticisms, they walked away.
The city was eager to lure the company and its thousands of high-paying technology jobs, offering billions in tax incentives and lighting the Empire State Building on Amazon Orange in November.
De Blasio and Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo said the $ 2.8 billion in tax breaks and subsidies they were offering would result in $ 27 billion in tax revenue.
"We are disappointed in this conclusion – we love New York," the
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Cuomo lashes out at fellow New York politicians over Amazon's change of heart, saying the project
"A small group of politicians put their own narrow political interests above their community," he said said.
Fox News Andrew O'Reilly and The Associated Press contributed to this report.