“Rise Together” : The American Majority Against Trump
US News Update 2016 - The 6-5 mayor of the nation's largest cities, Bill de Blasio, slipped in the small community center in Chelsea where anti-Donald Trump meeting held.
It was still reeling ten days earlier after Trump elected as the future president of United States, that voted to against him. Bill de Blasio would be an outlet of the hundreds gathered for the meeting billed as Rise Together : The American Majority Against Trump
De Blasio has been marred for almost three years by a series of missteps, disappointments and get him a deafness to a late politics - a track record makes him taken down by his own party of next year's primary. But a life-raft suddenly floated since the election : Trump.
De Blasio hardly tried to get connected with the president-elect in front of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender ( LGBT Community ) but often fail, he leaned straight in. It's how we fight back, Mr. Trump, the mayor shouted.
Want to take away rights of a woman to pick, Mr. Trump ? De Blasio asked the crowds.
Want to cancel an equality of marriage ?
The national political will be up-raising!!!
"If you are a latino, New York City will stand by you!, But, If you are LGBT, if you are an immigrant and If you are a Moslem, We will be so proud of being New Yorkers. That's the way we fight back!" the mayor of New York sounded the notes.
This is a kind of fight de Blasio needed. He's been a steady erosion of support after his 2013 win of being New York Mayor, as his administration officials unable to stop tripping over their own feet, referring to a horse carriages ban in Central Park and a massive affordable housing plan.
There were bothering questions of whether or not the mayor would find second terms of 2017 in office, according to one of Bill de Blasio advisors.
He appeared as a transformed and spending few weeks talking about diversity, democracy, and tolerance across New York City. He described The New York's vision will be standing as the strong antithesis of Trumpism.