New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio addressed a crowd of approximately 20 people -including his staff- during a town hall event in New Hampshire Sunday night; throwing more cold-water on the liberal leader’s potential 2020 presidential campaign.
“Mayor Bill de Blasio’s ongoing tease of a presidential run didn’t exactly pull in the crowds during a campaign-esque event in the Granite State,” reports the New York Post. “Only 20 people showed up Sunday to hear the leader of America’s largest city hold a roundtable on mental health — including the 14 people on the panel and just six in the audience.”
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De Blasio was flanked at the event by his wife Chirlane McCray during the second-day of his tour of the region.
“She’s my partner in everything I do and that is a phrase we say every opening and have said for years,” de Blasio said. “They feel her humanity and they feel her compassion.”
Read the full report at the New York Post.