BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) – The Buffalo Bills sale process is over, and real estate mogul Donald Trump is still discussing his losing bid. Terry and Kim Pegula purchased the team for $1.4 billion, and officially owned the team as of Thursday.
The Pegulas, who now own the Buffalo Sabres and the Bills, were the fan favorite for team ownership. However, Trump is still expressing his unhappiness on Twitter. He even took a dig at the Sabres’ record.
Trump tweeted Monday morning, “The people of Buffalo should be happy Terry Pegula got the team, but I hope he does better with the Bills than he has with the Sabres. Good luck!”
He added, “Even though I refused to pay a ridiculous price for the Buffalo Bills, I would have produced a winner. Now that won’t happen.”
He continued, “The NFL games are so boring now that actually, I’m glad I didn’t get the Bills. Boring games, too many flags, too soft!”
It’s safe to say the Pegulas are perfectly comfortable with the price they paid for the team. The quote went viral last week when Terry Pegula said, “I got a hell of a deal. I own the team.”
Fans at Sunday’s Bills game were thrilled to kick off the Pegula era. The Pegulas started things off with a bang, by introducing their “One Buffalo” campaign.