The Trump-Bloomberg New York Story: Public Warmth, Private Disdain

Party and politics aren’t all that distinguish the billionaire New Yorker in the White House from the one seeking to displace him.

President Trump’s Fifth Avenue apartment in Manhattan’s Trump Tower feels “like you’re walking into a casino. Very lavish. A lot of gold,” said John Catsimatidis, another billionaire New Yorker. He also has visited Michael Bloomberg’s New York City townhouse. “You walk into Bloomberg’s home on 79th Street, it’s like Louis XIV’s home,” he said. “Very conservative.”