NEW YORK, N.Y. (WIVB) - Nik Wallenda told News 4's Ed Drantch he's got his eyes set on the Big Apple. Even though officials in New York are saying "not so fast," Wallenda says he is not giving up on his dream.
On Sunday, Wallenda made it across the Grand Canyon with no harness. Now he is preparing for another big walk and he's saying he learned never to give up on a dream about being told "no" about Niagara Falls several times.
Anderson Cooper said to Wallenda, "Your dream is to go, in New York, between the Empire State Building and the Chrysler Building."
Nik Wallenda said, "That is one of the dreams."
Cooper responded, "The city has already, apparently, said 'no, it's not going to happen.'"
Wallenda said, "The government said 'no way' when I walked across Niagara Falls at least a hundred times and my mantra is "Never give up." So, if I have a dream for something, I'm passionate about it. And I'll try and find a way, for sure. Never would I do anything without authorities permission, so it's a process."
Wallenda said he's also like to walk a wire over Citi Field in Queens.
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