He’s expected to stay until Sunday, potentially snarling Midtown traffic on the day of the New York City Marathon.READ MORE: Sharee Jones Charged With Arson, Hate Crime After Fire At Brooklyn Yeshiva
The president is planning to stay at his Trump Tower penthouse, his longtime home — but that will change once he leaves office.
The president blames high taxes and disrespect from city and state lawmakers.READ MORE: NYPD: Delivery Worker Stabbed To Death, E-Bike Stolen Near Sara D. Roosevelt Park
Recently, the Manhattan District Attorney subpoenaed his tax returns in an on-going criminal investigation.
The president traded jabs with Gov. Andrew Cuomo over the move.
“New York is a very expensive place to live,” Trump said. “Since I became president, they just haven’t treated, I think, the office with the kind of respect.”
“He never represented the New York spirit,” Cuomo said. “It really is a desperate measure, but I think these are desperate times for the president.”MORE NEWS: Suffolk Police: Man Killed In Hit-And-Run On Long Island Expressway In Brentwood
Moving to Florida may not be all about taxes. Experts believe winning Florida is essential to the president’s reelection in 2020.