The New York Times reports:
President Trump may have officially declared himself a full-time Florida resident, but for some reason he keeps returning to his hometown. Organizers of New York City’s Veterans Day Parade announced on Wednesday that Mr. Trump would help kick off the event on Monday at Madison Square Park in Manhattan, the first president to do so.
Mr. Trump is deeply unpopular in the city and his visits are often met with protests. On Saturday, Mr. Trump popped into Manhattan for an Ultimate Fighting Championship event at Madison Square Garden. The reaction when he arrived: loud boos, and some cheers.
The president will give an address at the park. He was also slated to lay a wreath at a memorial inside the park, but the White House decided that he would not after all, according to a parade spokesman, Pat Smith.