Trump Greeted By Cheering Firefighters During Pizza Delivery To Firehouse

Manhattan firefighters erupted in applause as former President Donald Trump arrived at their station with pizza following a lengthy day in court. The 2024 Republican presidential front-runner made the surprise visit Thursday evening after leaving the courthouse, where he faces charges in the Alvin Bragg trial.

Trump previously stopped by the same FDNY firehouse on the 20th anniversary of 9/11 in 2021. The department later released a statement appreciating support from anyone regardless of political ties, noting they have hosted leaders from across the political spectrum.

During his visit, Trump interacted with the first responders, one of whom reportedly said, “Sir, save us, please.” This marks the latest in a series of campaign stops the former president has made around New York City following court appearances.

Last month, Trump visited a Harlem bodega to support its owner, Jose Alba, who had faced charges from Bragg after acting in self-defense during a robbery. He also stopped by a Midtown job site where union workers chanted, “We want Trump.” Large crowds have consistently greeted Trump at these visits, chanting their support and love for him.