De Blasio hits back after 7 의 8 NYC mayoral candidates say they don't want his endorsement

It just proves they’re politicians now,” 시장 빌 드 블라시오 shot back during a press conference Thursday morning.

앤드류 양, 기업가, who first ran for president in the Democratic primary, raised his hand when asked who would accept an endorsement from the mayor, though he continued to rail against him throughout the night. Yang also said he would accept an endorsement from embattled Gov. 앤드류 쿠 오모.

Candidates do what candidates do. Sometimes they think they’re doing the smart thing or the clever thing and sometimes it works and sometimes it doesn’t,” de Blasio said of the candidates’ resounding rebuke of him throughout the night.

Hizzoner said he, 너무, was unimpressed with the candidates at the debate.

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“슬프게도, I don’t think it was much of a debate,” de Blasio. “I don’t think it shed a lot of light. And New Yorkers need a lot more information about these candidates; they need a lot clearer vision from these candidates.

Those on stage included Kathryn Garcia, de Blasio’s former sanitation commissioner who was launched near the front of the race after she landed the New York Times editorial board endorsement, and Maya Wiley, who was the mayor’s top legal aide for nearly two years.

I heard a lot of statements that reflected a lack of information about city government and how the city of New York actually works,” de Blasio said of the debate. “알 잖아, that was not inspiring to me. So what I would say to all these candidates is, brush up on your facts, bring us a more coherent vision.

He said he hasn’t made up his mind on if he’ll endorse anyone in the race. “If I want to say anything about any of the candidates, I will come to that decision at the right moment.

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Yang accused de Blasio ofsquanderingthe city’s COVID-19 relief money too quickly, setting the city up for steep deficits.

Everyone on this stage should be livid about it unless you don’t expect to be mayor,” 그는 말했다. “We’re going to be left holding the bag.

Imagine if you were a household that knew you were going to owe $ 5 billion in 2023 and we give you $ 12 billion today and then you spend it before any of these people are going to have a chance to take office,” Yang said.

폭스 뉴스’ Thomas Barrabi contributed to this report.

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