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New York City mayor and 2020 presidential candidate Bill de Blasio was mocked on social media to be the Monday after tweeting a conversation with his 21-year-old son, Dante, that many do not believe, authentic.
The WhatsApp conversation beings with de Blasio to admit that he is a “bit nervous” about the upcoming primaries debate and asks his son for advice. De Blasio is schduled to, in the first two-night-NBC-debate on Wednesday.
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“Hey dad, I’m you asked glad. I have a few ideas,” Dante wrote to his father in the conversation that was shared. To want to “first of all, you are going to have the credibility, especially among the skeptical young voters. Tell them the story of how mom met… weaving them into a reflection of how hard it is to find ‘the one’ on tinder.”
The mayor was not impressed with his son, the first advice, and informed him that he, the search for a universal message.
“Ah, ok”, ” Dante responded. Well, in a time of unprecedented national division, one thing that we all agree dogs. You’re going to want around build your platform, and performance to you.”
Dante then his father said to bring photos, or even a litter of puppies to the debate stage.
“This is definitely a creative approach… but how about something that stand out, it allowed me to by talking about my successes? I to impress the American people,” de Blasio, his son said need.
Dante told his father to tell the people that New York City “Staten Island”, as he began his first term in office.
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The conversation lasted with the mayor and asked his son, as his presence on stage. Dante says to his father “the jump over the moderator” to dunk a basketball before you expression of love for each other.
The conversation was quickly mocked, with a lot of people, the subways in New York City before worrying about a presidential nomination, responded to fix.
“De Blasio’s son, Dante says to him, a reference scale in the Wednesday debate in this totally real and definitely not staged texts” New York Daily News reporter Anna Sanders tweeted.
CNN asked Ana Navarro, whether it was a parody account, while the New York Post reporter Jon Levine wrote sarcastically, “Just normal father-son banter here.”