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Between the towers adjacent to Manhattan’s iconic Central Park, it was business as usual for the yellow taxis, as delivery cyclists and trucks skipped the hoopla.

A passer-by smiled as he passed a crush of reporters with cameras at the ready for hours.

“This is the best show in town,” he said before disappearing into the cityscape. “Not even Shakespeare could do that.”

Trump is famously unpopular in Democratic-leaning New York, where he made his name as a real estate developer-turned-reality TV star.

“It’s good to show that no one is above the law, because Trump used to say he could shoot someone in the middle of Fifth Avenue and get away with it,” 67-year-old retiree Nancy Andrews told AFP. Grand Central Station.

“It’s good to see that mindset being challenged,” she said.

New Yorker Lee Sterle said: “I think the country is very divided at this point. So I think it’s important that we understand this isn’t about sides. It’s about justice.”

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