BALTIMORE (WJZ) — In her visit to M&T Bank prior to the Army-Navy Game, Baltimore City Mayor Catherine Pugh hand-delivered a letter on the needs of the city to visiting President-elect Donald Trump.

Pugh writes on social media “I delivered a letter noting importance of our infrastructure needs & need for investment of federal funds.”

This move by Pugh comes two days after City Council took action against President-elect Trump. The  council unanimously voting to condemn the president-elect’s rhetoric.

RELATED: Baltimore City Council Takes Action Against President-Elect Trump

Mayor Pugh also took advantage of the visit to the stadium to speak with Attorney General Loretta Lynch.

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  1. Tim Aspin says:

    If I’m the mayor of Baltimore, I don’t start off by giving orders to the president-elect and former Mayor Giuliani, nor do I refer to the former mayor by his last name only, which is another show of disrespect. So you have a list of demands on behalf of your fair city, mayor? You could show a little bit of class and humility. I bet you’re just a peach of a lady to those who work under you. I can already see that your skills are lacking, and your political future is dim.