Trump Shows Support For NYC First Responders With Firehouse Pizza Party

Former President Donald Trump took a break from his ongoing Alvin Bragg trial Thursday evening to deliver pizza and show support for New York City firefighters. The Republican presidential front-runner arrived at the Manhattan fire station to cheers and applause just hours after leaving court.

This visit marks a return for Trump who previously stopped by the same FDNY firehouse in 2021 during the 20th anniversary of 9/11. Following his appearance the fire department released a statement expressing appreciation for support from anyone regardless of political affiliation, noting the station’s history of hosting leaders from across the political spectrum.

Trump engaged with firefighters during the visit with one first responder reportedly saying “Sir save us please.” The former president’s stop at the firehouse is the latest in a series of campaign appearances he has made around New York City following court proceedings.

In recent weeks Trump has visited a Harlem bodega to support owner Jose Alba who faced charges from Bragg after defending himself during a robbery. He also made a stop at a Midtown job site where union workers chanted “We want Trump.” At each visit, Trump has been met with large crowds expressing their love and support through enthusiastic chants.