The current mayor of New York and the Trump's haven't been on the best terms as of late and it would be fun to watch de Blasio have to take on a Trump after exiting the presidential race.
The New York Post's gossip column, Page Six, reports Tuesday that President Donald Trump's son, Donald Trump, Jr., may be considering a bid to replace Bill de Blasio as New York City mayor.
"Political families beget dynasties. Take Gov. Mario Cuomo’s kid, Gov. Andrew. Add a pile of Roosevelts, wall-to-wall Kennedys, more Bushes than they have in Cypress. Clintons might gear Chelsea for office. We had multiple Daleys in Chicago, assorted Tafts from Ohio, Jerry Brown and daddy Pat both grabbed California governorships. Plus leave us not overlook those Rockefellers," the Post says. "Comes now Donald Trump’s son. Drums are beating that Donald Jr. would like to run for mayor. Of where? Where else?"
"Kiddies, mother is saying friends are saying he is saying he’d like to run for mayor of New York City," the paper declares.
He'd only be fulfilling his father's lifelong dream of getting his name on the mailbox at Gracie Mansion, but the time may have passed for a Trump to helm New York City's city government. The Trump name is now synonymous with the Republican Party, and NYC isn't likely to elect a Republican, no matter which name the "R" on the ballot comes after.