By Lizzy Buczak

Alderman Brendan Reilly isn’t a fan of Trump.

The Chicago alderman wants to get rid of “Honorary Trump Plaza” – a street named after Trump in front of Trump Tower on Wabash.

Reilly doesn’t think Trump deserves the recognition and believes he should be punished for referring to Chicago as a war-torn country.

He even proposed an ordinance to remove the street name.

“Honorary street signs are meant to honor special Chicagoans who’ve made a positive contribution to our city,”Reilly said in a statement.

Instead, Reilly believes all Trump has done is run a “hateful, racist campaign against immigrants and minorities.”

Trump has not commented.

Do you think Reilly is right? Is Trump too anti-Chicago to have an honorary street named after him?



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