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The mayor of New York Bill de Blasio, to announce 2020 White house bid on Thursday: source

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New York City mayor Bill de Blasio, were also widely known, about a White house run, is expected to announce its official entry in to the crowded candidate field on Thursday, a source familiar with the situation told Fox News on Wednesday.

De Blasio will make the announcement in a Thursday morning-video”, followed by an appearance on ABC News’ “Good Morning America” said the source, who requested anonymity.

The mayor of the 23rd Democrats would be vying for the democratic presidential nomination, according to Montana Gov. Steve Bullock, who announced his own candidacy on Tuesday.

De Blasio has plans to visit a few of the early voting States. He travels to Iowa on Friday and South Carolina on Saturday, a spokesman for Fox News said.

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The mayor, a notice has been teasing this week about his decision.

And he has several campaign-style trips expected in the States, play a key role in the Democratic nomination process.

Last, in the lobby of the Trump Tower in New York City on Monday, de Blasio support the city’s Green New Deal Stand in front of a crowd of protesters on an exciting rally. A press conference, appeared, laying the groundwork for his candidacy announcement.

Stairs to speak in front of the same roll, where Trump his 2016 campaign began, the Democrat threatened to Trump the family-owned company with millions of dollars in fines, if his building does not comply with the new environmental standards.

“His buildings are one of the largest polluters in New York City,” de Blasio said, the rays of the President, rollback of the Obama-era environmental policy to pull his train, to the United States from the Paris climate agreement, and his appointment to the climate change sceptics in the Cabinet.

“Cut your emissions or we cut something, what care you really have to,” de Blasio said. “We are going to take your money.”

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The attention-grabbing location drew Trump Fans, who heckled the mayor as he struggled to make himself heard.

After the press conference, de Blasio and the President’s son, Eric Trump, had a exchange on Twitter.

Eric Trump blasted the democratic mayor for the attack on the Trump organization, called it an unethical “abuse of power.” He boasted of employing the “thousands” of New York with his family.

De Blasio has the potential candidacy generated little enthusiasm from the hometown of components so far.

A recent Quinnipiac University poll found 76 percent of New York City voters said they believed de Blasio should not run and gave the mayor “an anemic 42-44 percent job approval rating.”

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At the same time, the Newspapers have poked fun at de Blasio’s presidential ambitions, noting that, while he won two mayoral elections by large margins and be able to make real achievements, including the expansion of free public prekindergarten citywide, he also has a reputation among some critics as politically ineffective.

Fox News’ Tamara Gitt, Paul Steinhauser, and The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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