NYC mayor: No more deals with Trump
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New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said Monday that his city may not be able to break its business contracts with Donald TrumpDonald John TrumpRosenstein expected to leave DOJ next month: reports Allies wary of Shanahan's assurances with looming presence of Trump States file lawsuit seeking to block Trump's national emergency declaration MORE but will avoid future deals with the 2016 GOP contender.

"My impression is that unless there has been some breaking of a contract or something that gives us a legal opportunity to act, I'm not sure we have a specific course of action," the Democratic mayor told reporters Monday, according to CNN and Capital New York.

"But we're certainly not looking to do any business with him going forward," de Blasio added.


De Blasio indicated Monday that he has yet to receive a final analysis on whether the city could get out of several contracts with Trump, a celebrity real estate developer turned presidential candidate.

New York City officials began reviewing the contracts, including a Central Park carousel, two rinks and a Bronx golf course, several weeks ago in light of Trump's controversial remarks on immigrants.

At his campaign launch, Trump said Mexico was sending "rapists" and other criminals across the border and has doubled down on those remarks despite losing a number of business ties with companies including Macy's and NBC.

Over the weekend, Trump also caught flack for saying that Sen. John McCainJohn Sidney McCainGOP senator says Republicans didn't control Senate when they held majority Pence met with silence after mentioning Trump in Munich speech Mark Kelly's campaign raises over M in days after launching Senate bid MORE (R-Ariz.) was not a war hero and that he preferred veterans who do did not get captured. McCain was a prisoner of war during Vietnam.

"Sen. McCain is a war hero by any measure and he [Trump] really should apologize for that, and I’ve said repeatedly, Donald Trump doesn’t represent the views of the people of this city – certainly not of the majority," de Blasio said Monday, according to reports.

"But this is an issue for folks in the other party to work through. I just think what he said in the last few days was reprehensible.”