Mayor of New York City Bill de Blasio Bill de BlasioEric Trump and de Blasio exchange fiercely for New Deals from country MORE (D) was released Monday during a press conference at the bottom of the Trump Rushed Tower, where the mayor introduced new regulations to reduce the energy consumption of buildings in the city.
The New York Times reported on the news of de Blasio The conference was tarnished by supporters of President Trump. Signs mocking the mayor and promoting Trump's 2020 run while she's In the background of de Blasio's speech, the escalators in the lobby of the Trump Tower rode up and down.
Building personnel al According to The Times, Tony Bennett blew up such famous hits during the event, while Trump's followers booed and whistled the mayor.
De Blasio is considering a candidacy for the presidency in 2020 and will announce this week whether he will join a crowded field of more than 20 Democrats who are fighting for the party's nomination for Trump.
The New York Mayor threatened the Trump organization and other companies in the city at the press conference on Monday with fines if they did not reduce their carbon emissions by 2030, a provision of its recently passed city-wide law.
"It does not matter who you are, including the President of the United States, you must obey the laws of New York City," he said Monday.
On Twitter, the mayor responded to the antics of the Trump Organization and called the scene a "temper tantrum".
"@ RealDonaldTrump is scared of New York's Green New Deal, and the tantrum its organization trumped today against Trump Tower is proof of that," wrote de Blasio.
"You are aware, Donald: We will not allow you to burden our future for your real estate, repair your buildings, or pay the price," he tweeted.
. @realDonaldTrump is scared of NYC's New Deal. The tantrum his organization threw on the Trump Tower today is proof.
You We are up to date, Donald: We will not allow you to mortgage our future for your real estate. Repair your buildings or pay the price.
We will collect. pic.twitter.com/3wHT4gr2km
– Mayor Bill de Blasio (@NYCMayor) May 13, 2019