Former President Trump Supports FDNY After Court With Pizza Delivery

In a show of appreciation for New York City’s first responders, former President Donald Trump hand-delivered pizza to a Manhattan fire station Thursday evening. The visit occurred just hours after Trump’s appearance in court for the ongoing Alvin Bragg trial.

Firefighters cheered and clapped as the Republican presidential candidate arrived with pizza in hand. This marks Trump’s return to the same FDNY firehouse he visited in 2021 on the 20th anniversary of the September 11 attacks.

The fire department issued a statement following the visit expressing gratitude for support from all individuals no matter their political affiliation. Over the years the station has hosted leaders from various political backgrounds.

During his time at the firehouse, Trump engaged with firefighters. One first responder reportedly told the former president, “Sir, save us please.”

Trump has made multiple stops around New York City following recent court appearances as part of his 2024 campaign. He visited a Harlem bodega to support its owner Jose Alba, after Alba faced charges from Bragg for defending himself during a robbery.

Trump also stopped by a Midtown job site where union workers chanted “We want Trump.” At each visit, large crowds have greeted the former president with enthusiastic chants and expressions of support.