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Bill de Blasio's 2020 presidential run an 'almost farcical' bid by 'inept' NYC mayor, Judge Napolitano says

FOXNews.com Thursday, 16 May 2019
Bill de Blasio has launched his 2020 Democratic presidential bid, but the mayor leads an "inept" New York City Hall and is not going to be taken seriously by the voting public.
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NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio Enters 2020 Presidential Race De Blasio is in the middle of his second term in office representing America's biggest city. According to his video announcement, "working people first" is the main message of de Blasio's campaign. He also said that he "knows how to take on"...

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