Crisis in New York: 94-year-old vet struggles to move on after nursing home evicts him, replaced by migrants --The veteran and his daughter say city 'more worried about migrants' than Americans | 29 Nov 2023 | Frank Tammaro, a 94-year-old Army veteran, loved the senior center he'd called home for five years until he was told to find somewhere new to live. "I felt horrible," Tammaro told Fox News. "It's no joke getting thrown out of a house." Months later, after two moves and an injury that put him in the hospital, the senior was living with his daughter when he learned migrants were moving into his old residence, free of charge. A lifelong New Yorker, Tammaro says he grew up in the "slums" of the Lower East Side during the '30s and '40s. "I do get upset when I see them handing out all this money and all these things, and I'm paying taxes and getting kicked out," he said. "I've never got anything from the city. Or the state."

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