Wall Street misses the Trump administration: NYC restaurant owner
Restaurateur Gerardo Bruno says New York’s business elite miss Donald Trump and hope Biden is not running for reelection on ‘Cavuto: Coast to Coast.’
San Pietro owner Gerardo Bruno said Friday inflation is "much worse" than a year ago, violent crime in New York City has depressed business and his Wall Street clients are experiencing buyer's remorse with President Biden on "Cavuto: Coast to Coast."
GERARDO BRUNO: From a year ago until this day inflation has gotten much worse. When you hear the minimum wage is $15 it is not true because we are paying $26, $27 for people that never worked in a restaurant. The prices at the food and vegetable markets have doubled. I don’t understand why you cannot find American products anymore. You have to fight for American meats, you have to fight for American-produced vegetables, everything comes from overseas. If you want to serve decent fish, let’s say salmon. A good salmon is $17, $18 wholesale price.
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With the previous administration at least people were out eating, and they wanted to go to work. Our street, 54th street, was packed. What I overhear, no one is happy. No one is happy. They really hope he [Biden] is not running again. And they miss an administration like Trump.
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Inflation squeezing business ‘much worse’ than a year ago: NYC restaurant owner
San Pietro owner Gerardo Bruno says inflation and crime are preventing his business from fully rebounding from the pandemic on ‘Cavuto: Coast to Coast.’
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