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New York City mayor and democratic presidential candidate Bill de Blasio, is the attempt to fight against negative surveys, and questions about his sympathy, while attacking President Trump, in the hope that the voters would like to see how the two of them meet in the year 2020.
De Blasio pointed to his history with trump, who says he can “out of his skin.” He also claimed that Trump the presidency could be in danger, before the next election.
In an appearance on CNN’s “state of the Union,” host Dana Bash asked for his thoughts on the current Democrat-led investigations. “It eventually leads to a prosecution,” de Blasio said.
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These probes summons of the Trump of the records from various financial institutions have to contain, and calls for testimony from the past and present administri station officials such as attorney General Bill Barr and former White House Counsel Don McGahn.
De Blasio has had it with questions to a problem dogging him in his campaign the children’s shoes: low survey. The mayor had claimed that he was not worried about polls at this point say, “the voters will get to know me.” He also pointed to his two victories in mayoral elections as evidence that poll numbers do not always have a role.
“If I believed the polls … I may have stayed I at home,” de Blasio said about its New York City race. When asked if he has a “likeability problem”, he said that in the past the voters “favor ideas” that he presented.
If de Blasio was the first announcement of his candidacy, President Trump had tweeted some strong words for him, that de Blasio was “the worst seen mayor in the United States,” and his own city, “hates him.”
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One of the ideas that de Blasio on Sunday, the workers and income inequality was discussed. The Problem of wealth and income distribution has been a prominent one-to-one by de Blasio’s chief rival on the Democratic side, Sen. Bernie Sander, I-Vt.
“There is enough money in this country, but it is only said in the wrong hands,” de Blasio.