Ouch, that has to sting…
“New York Mayor Bill de Blasio’s longshot presidential campaign rollout was greeted on Thursday morning with a loud and persistent round of Bronx cheers from police union protesters, a bitter welcome from old rivals eager to dampen his new endeavor.
“Their heckling, which briefly interrupted his first national interview as a candidate — and which he acknowledged on-air as “a little serenade” — came from a familiar foe with contract concerns.
“But the complaints about the mayor’s handling of his day job are both broader and more deeply rooted in a city hungry for near-constant attention from its leader.
“After all, de Blasio is running — for president and away from the town that twice elected him.”
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