The Hillary Clinton campaign has canceled a planned Election Night “victory” fireworks display, The New York Post reported.
The Clinton campaign had contacted the Coast Guard last week for permission to do a two-minute fireworks show over the Hudson River when the election results went final, as early as 9:30 p.m. Tuesday night.
Several days later, however, the campaign contacted the Coast Guard to say they would not be shooting off the 10-inch aerial shells after all.
“They do have a permit for fireworks, but at this point we believe the fireworks [are] canceled,” NYPD chief of intelligence Tommy Galati said at a press conference on Election Day security.
When asked why the fireworks were canceled, Galati responded, “I cannot tell you that.”
The Clinton campaign has not commented.
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