President Donald Trump responded to the death of his real estate developer friend, Stanley Chera, who reportedly died of COVID-19.
“My deepest sympathies go out to Frieda Chera and the family of the late, great, Stanley Chera, one of Manhattans most brilliant real estate minds. Stanley was charitable, kind, and a wonderful friend. He will be truly missed!” Trump wrote on Twitter on Monday.
Trump said in a press briefing recently that Chera was hospitalized after contracting the virus. “I have some friends that are unbelievably sick. We thought they were going in for a mild stay. And, in one case, hes unconscious—in a coma. And you say, How did that happen?” Trump said of Chera.
Chera was the founder of Crown Acquisitions, according to The Real Deal, which first reported his death.
Haim Chera, one of Stanleys three sons, told the news outlet that his father was “giant hearted, champion of the underprivileged, and needy.”
“Compassion for all as equals,” he wrote in a text to the website on Monday. “Captain of the team for the correct and just, not the popular.”
Last November, Chera introduced Trump at the Veterans Day parade in New Read More – Source[contf] [contfnew]
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