in the vicinityVideoDe Blasio reportedly spent 7 hours in the town hall in may
New York City mayor Bill de Blasio spent less than a day time in the town hall in the first month of his presidential candidacy, according to the New York Post. New York-the Republican representative Mike Lipetri said, it’s to terminate time for de Blasio to.
New York City back to the mayor.
Bill de Blasio said on Wednesday he is likely to debates at the end of his long-shot presidential campaign, if he does not qualify for the Democrats, ” October.
De Blasio said that, if he doesn’t the October-debate stage, it is “difficult to conceive”, and to continue with his campaign.
As New York City struggles with infrastructure problems and economic inequality, among other concerns, his candidacy for the White house has received a lot of recoil.
Republican state Assemblyman Mike LiPetri asked him to fold up his campaign and resign as mayor of New York City.
“We actually care about our dignity and it is embarrassing now for the New York state [and] New York City,” he said on “Fox & Friends” on Wednesday. “[De Blasio is gone]. Homelessness is widely used. Criminals are encouraged. The police ignored.”
“If there is an excuse to distract from the poor job he is doing as mayor,” he added. “You say he is campaigning, but at the same time, he is over there in Nevada holiday on the campaign donations he gets. So, what is it really?”
He was, stuck in the low single digits in the polls, calls for de Blasio to fall out of the race grew louder.
Last month, around 200 cyclists held a rally to lobby for safer roads, according to Jose Alzorriz was the 19 cyclists killed in the city this year, the New York Post reported.
“Mr. mayor, I know you’re running for President,” Public advocate Jumaane Williams, said at the rally. “Please stop running, to come back home.”
TO ENGAGE THE 2020 DEMOCRATS RAMP UP CALLS, REDEMPTIONS FOR SOME WEAPONS
De Blasio’s qualified for the first two rounds of the democratic presidential debates but do not make the cut for September. 12 debate in New York.
CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE FOX NEWS APP
To qualify for the October debates, he would need than 130,000 campaign donor and a 2-percent-shows in the four national surveys or national surveys in Iowa, New Hampshire, South Carolina and Nevada Oct. 1.
Fox News’ Tamara Gitt contributed to this report.