NYC ‘crybaby’ elites order Trump name removed from building to resume safe space solace

Residents of a New York City apartment complex were apparently triggered by their own address and begged to remove signs that bore Donald Trump’s name.

The Trump Place signs were taken down from three apartment buildings on Manhattan’s Upper West Side after residents petitioned the buildings’ owner to remove them, ABC News reported.

Residents urged the landlord, Equity Residential, to “dump the Trump name” with an online petition with more than 600 signatures. “Our home is our most personal private space,” read the petition, and the residents want to “feel proud and happy to walk” into the building every day.

“Trump’s appalling treatment of women, his history of racism, his attacks on immigrants, his mockery of the disabled, his tax avoidance, his outright lying — all are antithetical to the values we and our families believe in,” the petition read.

Before November 8 when Trump was elected president of the United States, these residents seemed to have no problem moving into the Riverside apartments and paying rents from about $2,630 a month for a studio to $12,500 for a penthouse unit, according to ABC.

“We are assuming a more neutral building identity that will appeal to all current and future residents,” Marty McKenna, a spokesman for Equity Residential, said in a statement. Trump was reportedly involved in the development of the buildings in the 1990’s and the Chicago based company purchased them in 2005, leaving the signage intact.

The change is “simply the enforcement of a pre-existing agreement which has been in place for years,” the statement said, according to NBC. “”It was mutually agreed upon.”

The buildings at 140, 160 and 180 Riverside Blvd. will now bear their street address so residents can be “happy” and not have emotional trauma every time they enter the complex.

But with three other buildings in the complex keeping the name because they are managed by the Trump Organization, some people may have to decide if it’s time to pack their bags or deal with it.

Opinions on social media were quickly shared as Twitter users reacted to the move.

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