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Eric Adams sworn in as New York City mayor after ball drop

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By MICHELLE L. PRICE

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New York has committed suicide a few mayors ago. A vegan with head of lettuce is an appropriate epitaph.

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Meet the new boss

Same as the old boss

Won't get fooled again

LOL

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Republican has not seem the political wrath of Democrats in 2022,where are all these White voters gonna materialize, they did not do it in 2020,they will be ushering Gov Beto in Texas in 2023

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He is his own man, so time will tell if he can manage a fiscal budget or maintain a regeme of developing policies to keep people safe. The key will be if he possesses the ability to work with people and provide a bridge between discordant sector's, bringing harmony to the various sometimes diametrically opposed demographic segments that combined make up the extremely large and diverse community that is the city of New York.

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Eric Adams sworn in as New York City mayor after ball drop

Still a bit young to be mayor, surely?

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Mike, the democrat machine run NY, they control the power

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At least he is supportive of police.

and I might be proven wrong but I don’t think anyone can be worse that that last idiot.

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Nothing will change.

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Good luck Eric I don’t want to be in your shoes!

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Blacklabel, if police need emotional support, they should not be police, lots of these police think they are part of social club, when they are hired to serve the public, not insecure police

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New Nairobi

Mods, can you kindly deal with this garbage. Thank you.

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Mick- not exactly sure what that means, but NYC has become a cesspool under the old guy. It’s a pretty depressing place.

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Mick- not exactly sure what that means, but NYC has become a cesspool under the old guy. It’s a pretty depressing place.

That describes ever big city I have ever seen and those include some of Europe's and Asia's largest. There isn't a big city in the world that is a fit place to live. The larger the population the worse they are. All the cities on the east coast of the US are worn down, weathered and old fashioned rat holes. New York is just a bigger version of this archetype. Places like Shanghai look glossy and pretty on the surface but once inside the buildings, even newer ones, you see how dirty, cramped, cluttered and often unsafe their homes are with dodgy wiring and leaks everywhere and how poorly maintained and dirty commercial buildings are. I see that all over Asia. That's life in any big city.

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Republican has not seem the political wrath of Democrats in 2022,where are all these White voters gonna materialize, they did not do it in 2020,they will be ushering Gov Beto in Texas in 2023

That will never, ever happen.

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https://www.nbcnewyork.com/news/local/eric-adams-rides-subway-to-work-reports-assault-to-911-on-1st-day-as-nyc-mayor/3475036/

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