Bill de Blasio Unloads on Trump: 'Low Energy . . . Trickster'

Varney laughs off de Blasio's 2020 presidential bid

"There's nothing about Donald Trump that surprises me, there's nothing about him that intimidates me", de Blasio said.

The first failson took aim at de Blasio on Wednesday when he posted video of looks like abandoned blankets and debris on the sidewalk just outside of Central Park. There's plenty of money in this country. "Bill de Blasio of NYC, considered the worst mayor in the USA, will supposedly be making an announcement for president today".

PBA President Patrick Lynch's full statement is absolutely devastating for de Blasio, who is notoriously hostile to law enforcement. The president retweeted a message from Eric Trump slamming de Blasio's stewardship of the Trumps' hometown.

De Blasio has already visited early-voting states, including Iowa and New Hampshire.

"It's all about working people", de Blasio declared outside the POET Biorefining Ethanol Facility.

The Police Benevolent Association of the City of NY joined the press in blasting de Blasio, warning he would be an "unmitigated disaster" if elected president.

Mayor Bill de Blasio has officially entered the 2020 presidential race.

Now, the head of New York City Police Benevolent Association (PBA), the union that represents about two-thirds of NYPD officers, has weighed in. "We know his playbook", de Blasio said. "Pre-K For All, now it's going to be 3-K For All and keeping the city safe, safest big city in America, continuing to get safer as you've seen from the most recent news and everything we're doing to create and protect affordable housing.I think it's going to intensify as we move forward". "It's been a lie from day one".

The mayor went on to roast Trump - firing off a series of barbs.

Well, only pro-crime, pro-high-tax voters will support him, according to Trump. A Quinnipiac University poll in April found that more than three-quarters of New Yorkers said he should not make a White House bid.



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