in the vicinityVideoNew York City mayor Bill de Blasio supports Bernie Sanders for President
De Blasio calls for Bernie Sanders is a real progressive leader, fighting for the work of the New Yorkers and families across the country.
New York City mayor Bill de Blasio confirmed by sen Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., for the President rather than Michael Bloomberg, de Blasio, his predecessor.
The Sanders campaign said De Blasio would the parties is a self-described democratic socialist in Nevada this weekend for the rally Fans across the state next week, the Democratic-parliamentary.
“I stand with Bernie, because he stands with the working families, and has always been,” de Blasio said in a statement that the Sanders campaign. “New Yorkers know all too well the damage that is Donald Trump xenophobia, intolerance and recklessness, and Bernie is the candidate, to take him in and take him.”
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“I called for a bold, progressive agenda, and that is exactly what Senator Sanders advocated for decades,” de Blasio continued. “I am proud to endorse a true progressive leader, fighting for the work of the New Yorkers and families across the country.”
The Brooklyn-born Sanders tweeted that he’s “fighting pride on the support of the mayor every day to improve the lives of New Yorkers.”
The two men share the same positions on a number of advanced topics, including health, criminal justice reform and the expansion of affordable housing programs.
De Blasio was elected New York City mayor in 2013, ended his own campaign for the democratic nomination in September of last year, after struggling to gain traction in the polls. The mayor endorsed Hillary Clinton over Sanders 2016 Democratic presidential race, but the first former contestant is back Sanders this time.
His support of the Sanders comes as Bloomberg, the New York for 12 years before de Blasio in the polls, and broke several confirmations to pour hundreds of millions of dollars of his own money in the race.
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However, Bloomberg’s campaign, was recently under the control of the New York Police Department in the “stop-and-frisk” policy that critics disproportionately communities of color burdened in his time as mayor. Other critics of the Bloomberg accused of not doing enough while in office to stem cells, widening income inequality.
On Thursday, President Trump Bloomberg called a “LOSER” and a “mass of the dead energy” via Twitter.