Trump called NYC a ‘ghost town’ but the city’s early voting lines say otherwise

Trump called NYC a 'ghost town' but the city's early voting lines say otherwise

On Thursday evening during the third second and final presidential debate, President Trump declared that New York City is a “ghost town.” Just two days later, New Yorkers lined up for the first day of early voting and showed the president that his former city is anything but empty.

Some Twitter users pointedly incorporated Trump’s “ghost town” reference in photos and videos they snapped of voting lines that spanned numerous blocks. 

For a ghost town there sure are a lot of people lining up for early voting today in New York City. #boo👻

— Mark D. Levine (@MarkLevineNYC) October 24, 2020 Read more…

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