Trump: I Knew I Would Win When Hillary Canceled Her Fireworks

Kerry Picket Political Reporter
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President-elect Donald Trump boasted on Twitter Monday that he knew he would win the election when Hillary Clinton’s campaign canceled the planned fireworks for her election night party.

The Clinton camp announced a victory party extravaganza at the Jacob Javits Center complete with fireworks over the Hudson River one week before the election, but sources within the New York Police Department and the Fire Department of New York told the New York Post were taken aback by the plans.

“It’s a little presumptuous of her to plan on winning. I guess she put in for this before Friday,” an NYPD detective told The Post.

One firefighter wondered if the race was so close a recount would happen and the fireworks would “have to be put on ice.”

Trump insisted on Twitter that his campaign came together in the last week of the campaign.

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