Giuliani criticized NYC leadership: ‘They are killing this city’

Former mayor of new york city Rudy GiulianiRudy GiulianiTrump campaign serves to set narrative ahead of decisive debate with Biden moderators announced for presidential debate: Juan Williams: Trump’s black voices deny truth Criticized the leadership of New York City on Friday amid the coronovirus epidemic, saying that those in charge are “killing this city.”

Friday, Giuliani, during an interview with CNN’s Chris Cuomo President TrumpDonald John Trumpsenet Panel Looks for Documents in DHS Whistleblower Complaint Investigation Susan Collins: Trump Should ‘Be More Straightforward’ COVID-19 Longtime House MP To Take More StepsLeading counsel said that “we have to move forward” with the reopening of major cities, noting that the death rate for COVID-19 has come down to “1 percent or less.”

According to a New York Times database, 861 new cases were reported in New York on Friday, one of which was a recent fatal. The latest 14-day tally showed the city saw a 7 percent drop in mortality.

Giuliani said, “We closed the country, because we felt that the hospitals should have been filled with patients – they could not handle. This would collapse the medical system.”

The state of New York was ranked first in the United States after being exposed to the coronavirus epidemic in early March. New York City itself was the largest cause of more than 33,000 deaths due to coronavirus in the country. However, since then, drastic lockdown and mitigation measures have been taken to prevent the spread of the virus.

New York has reopened relatively slowly compared to other states in the country.

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“Rudy, you must have done what he did in New York in the meantime,” Cuomo said.

“If you were aware that the numbers are going that way and people need to be different, and have their own prophylaxis,” Dokoma said.

The former mayor said he is not managing the city the way it is now functioning.

“I will not keep the city closed as long as they keep it closed … I think what they are doing could be fatal to the city.”

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Giuliani said, “They are overdoing it. They are overdoing it now. You talk to the people in these restaurants, and they are leaving in a draw,” Giuliani said.

This week, more than 160 New York City business executives gave De Blasio an open letter criticizing his leadership and management during the COVID-19 epidemic.

While the number of businesses in the city has been shut down during the Coronaires lockdown, the official report is unknown, while a nonprofit group called the Partnership for New York City estimates that nearly one-third of the city’s 240,000 small businesses have never been exposed to an epidemic. The latter cannot reopen.