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NYC mayor Bill de Blasio announces presidential run

The News Articles Thursday, 16 May 2019
NYC mayor Bill de Blasio announces presidential runNew York Town mayor Invoice de Blasio has introduced he’s going to search the Democratic nomination for president. Saying his bid on YouTube, he stated: “Donald Trump should be stopped. I have crushed him prior to and I can do it once more.” He added: “I am working for president as a result of it …
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New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio will enter the 2020 Democratic presidential primary on Thursday morning. CNN is reporting this news based on a a senior Iowa Democrat with knowledge of the plans. De Blasio's Thursday entrance into the race was first reported by NBC News. It will bring the total...

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