Trump Humiliated With New York Firefighters Photo

Former President Donald Trump recently served some pizzas to New York City firefighters but was slammed after he botched the department’s iconic acronym in social media posts on Thursday.



The former president left his hush money trial at a lower Manhattan courthouse and traveled to Midtown to drop off boxes of Xeno’s Pizza to “New York’s Bravest” at the FDNY’s Engine Co. 8, Ladder Co. 2, 8th Battalion firehouse.

“A true honor to visit the NYFD this evening in Manhattan…,” wrote Trump of the FDNY in a video shared to his Truth Social Platform.

It has been noted that the former president praised the Fire Department of New York for being “so respectful” that they “don’t even know,” then again referred to the FDNY as the “NYFD” in a separate post that featured a video of him signing a book at the Midtown firehouse, located less than 15 minutes’ walking distance from Trump Tower.

The “NYFD” captions seem to be deleted by early Friday morning and it’s not the first time a member of the Trump family has used the “NYFD” acronym.

It has been noted that the former president’s son, Eric Trump, thanked the “amazing men and women of the NYFD” for extinguishing a deadly fire that broke out in a residential apartment at Trump Tower in 2018.

Critics jokingly described the former president, who once reportedly left a Miami restaurant after promising “food for everyone,” as a “real NYC ‘Man of the People’” after he neglected to use the right acronym.

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