New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio shrugged off the bad reception to his 2020 presidential campaign on Sunday morning, claiming that people "had liked me to have made me mayor of New York City twice."
De Blasio appeared at CNN's "Union State" on Sunday, during which Dana Bash asked the mayor for polls showing that even most New Yorkers do not want him to run for president.
"If I had thought pollen and listened to the examinations in all my other choices, I might just have stayed at home," they say Blasio. "But that's not where you start, that's where you stop. So much of the time, the surveys don't tell you the truth. "
" I will ask you a question that is frankly often asked by women when they are running, "Bash said later in the interview." Do you have an equality problem? "
" I would argue when you talk about that have appealing to all types of new yorker and all kinds of americans, i have built these very broad coalitions, "they blasio replied." People should have liked me to have made me mayor of new york city twice. "
De Blasio on the poor reception of their 2020 campaign: "People should have liked me to have made me mayor of New York City twice. " pic.twitter.com/9iZq3jK5sS
̵1; TPM Livewire (@TPMLiveWire) May 26, 2019